Thunder hold off Clippers, 112-108

Kevin Durant scored 29 points, Russell Westbrook added 26 and the Oklahoma City Thunder clinched the Northwest Division title by beating the Los Angeles Clippers 112-108 on Wednesday night.
The Thunder won the first division crown for the franchise since
2005, when they were known as the Seattle SuperSonics, but only
after fending off a late charge from the Clippers.
Blake Griffin had 35 points and 11 rebounds in the second visit
to his hometown in his NBA career, but he missed a key foul shot
that helped put the game away for Oklahoma City.
Durant hit two free throws at the other end to put the Thunder
up 110-106 with 12 seconds left and ice the game, just moments
after he'd missed a foul shot to give the Clippers a chance for the
tie.



 
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