NBA: Okla. City 117, LA Clippers 111 (OT)

Nov. 22, 2012 at 12:00 AM

OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 21 (UPI) -- Kevin Durant made six of his 35 points in overtime Wednesday in bringing Oklahoma City a 117-111 triumph over the Los Angeles Clippers.

All six of those overtime points came at the foul line, where Durant was 19-of-21 for the game. The Thunder went 34-of-39 from the charity stripe overall while ending the Clippers' six-game winning streak.

Los Angeles scored the final points of regulation on a Matt Barnes layup with 39 seconds remaining.

The Clippers became the last team in the NBA this season to lose a road game, having won their first three away from home.

Russell Westbrook added 23 points with nine assists and Serge Ibaka contributed 15 points for the Thunder.

The Clippers were led by 23 points from Blake Griffin. Chris Paul made only 2-of-14 shots from the field and scored nine points.

Los Angeles was going after its first seven-game winning streak in 21 years.

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