Kevin Durant had 32 points and nine rebounds, Russell Westbrook added 19 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder shut down Blake Griffin and beat the Los Angeles Clippers 114-91 on Wednesday night.
Playing in his hometown, Griffin was held to a career-low seven points in the rematch of a Clippers victory perhaps best remembered for his emphatic dunk over Kendrick Perkins.
Griffin didn't have any dunks in this one, settling mostly for long jumpers and hook shots, and went just 3 for 11 from the field.
Randy Foye started in place of Caron Butler and scored 23 points to lead Los Angeles, which hit 37 percent on a miserable shooting night from inside the 3-point line and failed to score 100 points for the eighth straight game.
Kendrick Perkins set the tone for Griffin's rough night with a hard foul that also drew him his league-leading 11th technical foul midway through the first quarter, and the Clippers' All-Star forward never got going.
After Oklahoma City's lead reached its larges...