The Thunder mute the Jazz

The Thunder mute the Jazz

This is the Thunder’s sixth straight victory of the season, leaving Utah Jazz in the dust.

Although Utah is a great defensive team – the Thunder kept them on the perimeter, and took control of the paint. This strategy got them 13 steals, 22 fast breaks, and 32-points off of 18 forced turnovers.

Kevin Durant scored 20-points, eight rebounds, and nine assists. Durant took control with a run-up three-pinter at the end of the third quarter.

Russell Westbroook, was the second top scorer of the night, scored 15-points, seven rebounds and nine assists.

The Thunder had enough security with a 21-point lead by the third quarter. They went deep into their bench, which dominated – scoring 52-points – including Josh Huestis first NBA basket. The Thunder plays San Antonio Spurs Saturday night at 7pm/



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