Will the Thunder extend their winning streak to eight?

Will the Thunder extend their winning streak to eight?

After last nights win against the San Antonio Spurs, the Thunder furthered their winning streak to seven games. Tonight the Thunder will face the Toronto Raptors on the road at the Air Canada Centre. The Raptors victory over New Orleans tied their last years win total and are one game away from reaching 50 wins in a single season; something they have not been able to accomplish in 21 years.

Russell Westbrook is averaging 24 points, 10 assists, and 8 rebounds a game. He has a total of 15 triple doubles this season and was the All-Star Game MVP.

Kevin Durant is averaging 28 points a game this season and has continued being successful at leading the Thunder to victories.

Raptors Center, Jonas Valanciunas missed four games because of a hand injury, but has started to figure things out. He has averaged 12 points and 11 rebounds in the past three games.

The matchup between the two will be interesting. Will the Thunder continue on their winning streak or will the Raptors reach their 50th win?

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