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Two teams playing some good basketball square off today at the Ford Center as the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs look to snap each other’s two-game winning streaks.

Both squads have also won eight of their last ten games, demonstrating stout defenses at the same time.

It is no surprise that the Spurs sit third in the conference, but it is the Thunder—seventh in the West—that are gaining some attention.

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Kevin Durant’s hot streak continued, scoring over 30 points in nine of his last 11 games.

Durant scored 30 points against the Knicks on Monday in a 106-88 win. Russell Westbrook added 17 points—going 7-for-11 from the field—and five assists. The Thunder held New York to just 38.2 percent shooting.

Oklahoma City is in search of their third straight win.

The Spurs come to Oklahoma City after routing the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night 105-85 after Kobe Bryant did not play in the fourth.


Parker and Duncan led the way with 22 and 25 points respectively. George Hill scored 13 points off a Spurs bench that totaled 42 points on 18-of-29 shooting.

San Antonio is averaging 26 assists per game as a team in its last ten games, where they are 8-2 in those contests.

After a slew of games against the basement teams of the NBA, the Thunder’s schedule begins to heat up with games against Dallas, Cleveland and Denver, but begins tonight with perennial power, San Antonio.


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By: Jonathan Woo
ProBasketball-fans.com Oklahoma City Thunder Correspondent

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