Following an ugly defensive effort on the road their last time out, the Oklahoma City Thunder won't have it any easier against the Portland Trail Blazers, who continue to dominate at the Rose Garden.
The Trail Blazers try to win their sixth straight at home Monday night when they take on the Thunder.
Oklahoma City has the league's best record largely thanks to an impressive 9-4 road mark. However, the Thunder (18-5) weren't nearly as sharp in opening a five-game trip with a 107-96 loss at San Antonio on Saturday, falling behind by 24 points in the third quarter.
Kevin Durant had 22 points and 11 rebounds while Russell Westbrook added 18 points, six boards and six assists. The Spurs went 12 of 23 from 3-point range and Oklahoma City had no answer for Tony Parker, who scored 42 points.
"It's all about stopping the basketball and we didn't do a good job of that," coach Scott Brooks said. "Tony Parker and their 3's. We had no answer for either ...