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Thunder Vs. Hornets Final Score Update: Oklahoma City Bests New Orleans, 101-91

Make it ten wins in 11 tries for the Oklahoma City Thunder, who improved to 8-1 in their home arena and 15-3 overall as the NBA season passes the one quarter mark.

Kevin Durant dropped 25 points on just 13 shots, and James Harden came off the bench to punch in 18 of his own for the Northwest Division-leading Thunder.

G Russell Westbrook was held to 14 points on the night, and turned the ball over seven times. Turnovers continue to ail the 23-year old, who was recently inked to a five-year mega extension to remain with Oklahoma City.

The Hornets, who played without G Eric Gordon and C Chris Kaman, were led by PG Jarrett Jack, who put up 20 points on 6-14 shooting. PF Carl Landry hit all 11 of his free throw attempts, but the Hornets drop to 3-15 on the season, last in the Western Conference.

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