Thanks to an incredibly balanced scoring effort, the Oklahoma City Thunder rolled to an easy 108-88 win over the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night.
No one hit the 20-point mark for OKC, but six players—including Hasheem Thabeet (seriously, the man who has defined "bust" over the past few years, yet had 10 points, five rebounds, a steal and two blocks...and six fouls in 23 minutes tonight)—scored in double figures and the Thunder shot 47.3 percent from the field as they improved to 2-2 after a slow start to the season.
Toronto, meanwhile, saw the red-hot Kyle Lowry go down with an ankle injury after 17 minutes as it fell to 1-3.
For a complete look at the full box score, check out NBA.com.
Player of the Game: Russell Westbrook
The dynamic point guard shot just 5-of-12 from the field, but he hit two treys and knocked down 7-of-8 free throws en route to a 19-point, 8-assist, 1-steal, 1-block effort.
His plus-21 was also second on the team.
Ho-hum, just another game for Westbrook.
Next Up for Toronto
The Raptors make a quick trip down to Dallas to take on the Mavericks on Wednesday.
Next Up for Oklahoma City
The Thunder get a night off before going to Chicago to take on the Bulls on TNT on Thursday night.