Tim Duncan scored 21 points, George Hill had
16 and the NBA-best San Antonio Spurs won their fourth in a row,
101-74 over Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday
Coming off wins over the Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas, the
Spurs again beat one of the West's top teams to improve to 29-4 -
one the 10 best starts in NBA history.
Durant had 16 points for the cold-shooting Thunder, who started
the game 4 for 24 and shot a season-low 32.9 percent from the
field. Oklahoma City muddled through its most-lopsided loss this
season after beating Atlanta on New Year's Eve.
San Antonio has won 14 of 15 and will hit the road to face New
York and East-leading Boston, continuing its toughest stretch so
far this season.
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