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NBA: Oklahoma City 101, Denver 88

Jan. 10, 2014 at 1:14 AM

DENVER, Jan. 10 (UPI) -- Randy Foye made six of Denver's 14 3-point shots Thursday, launching the Nuggets to a 101-88 conquest of Oklahoma City.

The Nuggets built a 23-point lead heading into the fourth period and went on to their fourth straight win. The streak has come after Denver had lost eight in a row.

Oklahoma City has gone 4-4 since Russell Westbrook was lost with a knee injury. He is not expected back until after the all-star break.

Evan Fournier added five 3-pointers and Denver made 14-of-31 from beyond the arc. Foye finished with 24 points, Fournier had 19 and Ty Lawson contributed 16 to go with 14 assists.

Kevin Durant put on a one-man show for Oklahoma City, scoring 30 points while making 15-of-16 from the foul line.

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