Durant hurt as Thunder beat Pacers 113-89

Kevin Durant scored 21 points before
leaving with a sprained left ankle and the Oklahoma City Thunder
snapped their first three-game losing streak of the season by
beating the Indiana Pacers 113-89 on Tuesday night.
Durant, the NBA's scoring leader with a 28.5-point average, was
helped to the locker room by two trainers after he stepped on Tyler
Hansbrough's foot and got fouled on a drive to the basket with 2:44
left in the third quarter.
He did not return.
Russell Westbrook added 21 points and nine assists and James
Harden scored 17 of his 20 points during the first half, when
Oklahoma City built a 22-point lead. The Thunder led by as many as
35 in the fourth quarter before emptying their bench.
Hansbrough led Indiana with 13 points and Dahntay Jones scored
12.