OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Kevin Durant keyed a late rush Friday that powered the Oklahoma City Thunder to its fourth consecutive win, a 120-109 victory over Golden State.
The Thunder had only a three-point lead with 7:30 to go when Durant hit a jumper that ignited a 12-1 outburst. Durant had seven points during that stretch and finished with 37 points and 14 rebounds.
It was the 11th win in 12 games for Oklahoma City, which has lost a league-low three contests this season.
Dorell Wright led Golden State with 23.
The teams combined to take 173 shots in the up-tempo contest and they made 83 of them. Oklahoma City was 32-of-37 from the foul line and had 21 more rebounds than did the Warriors.