The Oklahoma City Thunder continued to roll on Monday night, defeating the San Antonio Spurs 107-93 en route to their 11th straight victory.
The game was close after one half, but the Thunder turned on the afterburners in the third quarter, outscoring the Spurs 29-16.
That ultimately proved to be the difference, as San Antonio was never able to get back into the game despite a better fourth quarter.
The Spurs shot better than the Thunder, but were outrebounded 49-37 and gave up 30 free-throw attempts to the home team.
Player of the Game: Serge Ibaka, PF, Oklahoma City Thunder
Serge Ibaka was an animal on Monday night, scoring a game-high 25 points on 10-of-16 shooting while adding 17 rebounds and three blocks. He was a big reason why the Thunder cleaned up on the glass. He posted a plus-minus of plus-24 in just under 39 minutes on the floor.
Up Next for Spurs
San Antonio visits the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday. The Nuggets are 13-12 this season, using a collective approach to win ball games. Six different Denver players are in double digits in points per game.
Up Next for Thunder
Oklahoma City visits the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday. The Hawks are 14-7 this season, led by Al Horford and Josh Smith.
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