OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Despite the disparity in their records, the Oklahoma City Thunder weren't taking the struggling Orlando Magic lightly.
Kevin Durant scored 26 points and Russell Westbrook added 23 to help the Thunder keep up their dominant play at home with a 117-104 victory over the Magic on Friday night.
Oklahoma City led by 27 in the second quarter and 22 in the third, but had to put its starters back on the floor midway through the fourth after Orlando pulled within four.
The Thunder held the Magic scoreless over the final 2 12 minutes and closed with an 8-0 run to improve to 30-4 at home this season.
"We knew going into this game Orlando would play hard and they've been doing that all year," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. "They are a team that is going to be good in the future very quickly. Our focus was inconsistent throughout the game. We pride ourselves in being more focused in every game and every possession and it wasn't the case tonig...