Kevin Durant scored 26 points, Russell Westbrook added 23 and the Oklahoma City Thunder snapped the Los Angeles Lakers' seven-game winning streak with a resounding 91-75 victory Friday on a turnover-filled night for Kobe Bryant.
Bryant turned it over eight times as Oklahoma City built a
19-point lead by halftime, then proceeded to hold the Lakers to
their lowest-scoring output of the season.
The Thunder added an exclamation point with a 16-2 run to finish
the third quarter, capped by back-to-back two-handed dunks by Nick
Collison and Durant. Oklahoma City took a 33-point lead into the
Lamar Odom scored 15 points, and Bryant finished with 11 points
and nine turnovers in three quarters.
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