Kevin Durant caught fire late, putting away any hope of a Phoenix victory. Behind 32 KD points the Thunder topped the Suns 122-106.
After suffering a loss against Golden State the Thunder were looking to get back to their winning ways against the Suns and came out hot. The Thunder got off to a quick start and lead 28-19 after the first quarter, setting the tone for the rest of the game.
Durant led the scoring for the Thunder with 32 on an efficient 11-21 shooting and Russell Westbrook contributed a nice all around showing with 29 points (19 shots), 8 rebounds and 8 assists.
Cameron Payne and Enes Kanter led the way for the OKC bench as they tallied 11 points each and had four and six rebounds respectively.
Kyle Singler scored 7 points, grabbed four boards and was a +8 on the night.
The win moves the Thunder to 39-14 on the season and they will next face the Pelicans Thursday night in Oklahoma City.
- OKC’s offense shot lights out from distance at 45.5% on the night
- Steve Novak saw time on the court. One minute and nine seconds total.
- With the injuries piling up Phoenix started a very young backcourt in Devin Booker and Archie Goodwin