It was another team effort for Oklahoma City on Thursday night in Oakland, as the Thunder dismantled another potential playoff foe. OKC beat Golden State 113-92, taking charge in the second half and not pulling back.
The Thunder showed a balanced performance once again, with five players scoring in double figures.
Kevin Durant led the way with 31 points. He narrowly missed a triple-double, pulling down 10 rebounds and dishing out eight assists.
But the nine assists by Russell Westbrook to go with his 18 points were also very telling in the way this team is preparing for the quickly approaching playoffs.
Three of Durant’s assists were to Kevin Martin, who came off the Thunder bench to put in 23 points.
Stephen Curry paced the Warriors with 22 points. And Jarrett Jack quickly entered the game for Golden State and added 19 for the game.