Durant leads Oklahoma City's win over Denver

Forward scores 40 points including seven three-pointers while San Antonio rally to a win over Indiana.

    Durant's seven three-pointers equalled his career-best [Getty Images]
    Durant's seven three-pointers equalled his career-best [Getty Images]

    Forward Kevin Durant scored 40 points and tied a career high with seven three-pointers as Oklahoma City beat a reeling Denver 124-114.

    Guard Russell Westbrook had 26 points and nine assists and rookie Mitch McGary had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Oklahoma City, which has won four of five.

    Elsewhere, guard Marco Belinelli's jumper from the left baseline with 2.1 seconds remaining capped a furious fourth-quarter rally that swept San Antonio to a 95-93 victory over Indiana.

    Forward Chris Bosh scored 32 points, and Miami snapped its three-game losing streak, defeating New York 109-95 at AmericanAirlines Arena.

    Other results:

    Hawks 117, Timberwolves 105

    Clippers 115, Mavericks 98

    Bucks 103, Nets 97

    Wizards 96, Magic 80

    Jazz 100, Pelicans 96

    Warriors 89, 76ers 84

    SOURCE: Reuters


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