Thunder Fall in Phoenix

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The Thunder gave up a season high 128 points in their 6 point loss to Phoenix on Thursday.

Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined for 70 points, but couldn’t pull out the victory.

Westbrook nearly notched his 2nd straight triple-double as he dropped 36 points, pulled down 9 rebounds and dished out 9 assists.

Steven Adams and Perry Jones, who both started, didn’t score a point in the loss.

Defense again hurt the Thunder. They allowed Phoenix to score 40 points in the 3rd.

Former Oklahoma State signee Gerald Green went off scoring a game high 41 points, 25 of which came in the 3rd quarter.

The Thunder will try to bounce back on Sunday when they face the Los Angeles Lakers on the road.


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