The Oklahoma City Thunder ended their season long three-game losing streak as they destroyed the Toronto Raptors 91-75. The Thunder led from the the first quarter and slowly built up their lead until it was a 16 point lead heading into the fourth quarter and ultimately winning 91-75.
The Thunder got their scoring from their three usual players with Kevin Durant leading all scorers with 23 points which included going 4-of-6 from three-point range, James Harden scored 17 and Russell Westbrook put up 15 points.
Even though the Thunder scored 91 points their offense was not great as they shot 42 percent from the field, and it was their three point shooting where the Thunder made 10. Also, their defense which often gets overlooked held the Raptors to only 37 percent shooting and 11 blocked shots in the win.
This win puts the Thunder back in a tie for first place with the San Antonio Spurs for the top spot in the Western Conference.