Oklahoma City' Russell Westbrook (28 points) and Kevin Durant (26 points) started big and never looked back, as the Thunder made easy work of the Portland Trail Blazers 111-95 Sunday night. OKC never trailed, starting with a 16 point lead after the first quarter. Durant was 4-for-5 on 3-pointers and also grabbed seven rebounds, recorded six assists, stole the ball three times and blocked a shot. Westbrook was 12-for-21 and 2-for-3 from three point range.
With their first quarter lead, the Thunder never let up, keep a double digit lead until Portland would briefly cut the deficit to a low as six points in the fourth.
OKC will make a one-game road trip Tuesday at Utah before returning home for two more games.
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