The Oklahoma City Thunder continue to roll behind the NBA's highest-scoring offense and a home-court advantage that has them on a 12-game winning streak at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
That may spell more trouble for the Brooklyn Nets, who have lost four in a row on the road, seven straight in the series and are coming off a blowout at the hands of another Western Conference powerhouse.
The Thunder go for a season sweep of the Nets on Wednesday night after Brooklyn suffered its first loss under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo in ugly fashion.
Oklahoma City (24-6) won its third straight since its only back-to-back losses this season, 114-96 over Phoenix on Monday. Russell Westbrook overcame a nasty cut over his right eye to finish with 24 points, nine assists and seven rebounds, while Kevin Durant scored 30 to help extend the longest current home win streak in the league.
The Thunder have averaged 110.9 points and outscored opponents by 13.6 over that stretch.
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