The Oklahoma City Thunder won its 14th straight at home coming from behind in the second half to defeat the Phoenix Suns 115-104. The Thunder stretched its winning streak against the Suns to five games.
Oklahoma City had three different players finish with at least 30 points led by Russell Westbrook's 31 points. Kevin Durant and James Harden also finished with 30 points each. Harden accounted for every single bench point scored by the Thunder. Serge Ibaka added 18 points, 20 rebounds and three blocked shots in the game.
Marcin Gortat led Phoenix with 28 points and 11 rebounds while Jared Dudley added 17. Steve Nash and Shannon Brown scored 12 points each with Nash recording 13 assists in the game. Channing Frye added 13 points and Grant Hill 10 for the Suns.
Oklahoma City improves to 31-8 and 17-1 at home this season.
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