Led by the NBA's highest-scoring duo, the Oklahoma City Thunder look just fine despite trading the reigning Sixth Man of the Year.
They'll try for their seventh win in eight games Friday night as they host the Utah Jazz, who look to continue their improvement on the road.
The Thunder (12-4) cruised to their third straight victory Wednesday, defeating former teammate James Harden and Houston 120-98. Harden was held to 17 points on 3-of-16 shooting while Kevin Durant scored a season-high 37 points for the second time in three games. Kevin Martin, who came over from the Rockets in the Harden trade, also scored 17.
"We've moved on past it, man," Durant said. "We're happy to see (Harden), glad he's doing well out there in Houston but we wanted this win bad.
"For all those days in practice where him, Daequan (Cook) and Eric Maynor beat the first group, I wanted this win real bad."
Durant's 26.6 points per game and Westbrook's 20.7 ...