Oklahoma City's version of the Big Three carried the Thunder to 117-111 win over the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday.
Kevin Durant led the way with 32 points while Russell Westbrook chipped in 25 and Serge Ibaka had 18 to help the road team improve to 15-4.
Brooklyn got a balanced attack, as Joe Johnson scored 33 points and all five starters hit double-figures, but despite a late comeback, the Nets couldn't fully overcome a 13-point halftime deficit. They are now 11-6 on the young season.
For a complete look at the entire box score, check out NBA.com.
Player of the Game: Kevin Durant
Ho-hum, just another game for Kevin Durant.
Thirty-two points on 16 field-goal attempts, five rebounds, six assists, one steal, one block and just one turnover.
It's early, but it would appear as though we are in for an insanely tight MVP race between Durant and LeBron James.
Up Next for Oklahoma City
The Thunder will try to make it seven in a row when they host the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night on ESPN.
Up Next for Brooklyn
The Nets stay home where they'll take on the Golden State Warriors on Friday night.