The Oklahoma City Thunder (26-7) are now just a game away from the All-Star break, having taken care of the Celtics 119-104 on the fourth game of a five game homestand.
Russell Westbrook led all scorers with 31 points, five rebounds and six assists, while Kevin Durant dropped 28 points and nine boards. OKC used a 14-0 run in the first quarter to take a lead they'd never lose.
All five starters for Boston finished in double figures, led by Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, each with 23 points. Boston's starting five accounted for all but nine points for the Celtics, and all five players were on the floor at least 35 minutes or more. OKC out-rebounded the Celtics 43-32.