Westbrook, Durant lead Thunder past Cavs 95-75

Russell Westbrook scored 12 straight points -
all on hard drives to the rim - during a five-minute stretch of the
third quarter to awaken his listless teammates and lead the
Oklahoma City Thunder to a 95-75 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers
on Sunday.
Westbrook scored 14 of his 20 points in the third quarter,
helping the Thunder open a 20-point cushion. He began his one-man
sideshow by delivering a vicious two-handed dunk. He followed with
five consecutive layups, spinning around or blowing past any
Cleveland defender daring to cover him.
Kevin Durant, the NBA's leading scorer, had 19 points - nine
below his average as the Thunder improved to 19-6 against Eastern
Conference teams.
Daniel Gibson had 13 points and J.J. Hickson 15 rebounds for the
Cavaliers.