OKC Thunder vs. Houston Rockets: Live Analysis, Score Updates & Highlights
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combine for 54 points as they Thunder blow out the Rockets 124-94 in Houston.
Full game highlights.
A bad loss for Houston as they lose by 30 points on their own floor to the Thunder.
J-Lamb with the three.KD holds up the three goggles. With his fingers, it's uncomfortable.— Thunder Obsessed (@ThunderObsessed) December 30, 2012
Reggie Jackson goes behind the back to get past his defender and scores on the transition dunk.
Nick Collison with a double-double tonight (12 and 10). That's his first double-double since Jan. 8, 2012 against the Spurs.— Royce Young (@dailythunder) December 30, 2012
Timeout Thunder. They lead by 30.
Eric Maynor is called for the Flagrant One foul after the refs review via instant replay. Two free throws and the ball for the Rockets.
Can't remember last time I've seen Rockets get run off floor like this at home. So often this team rises to occasion at home vs. NBA elite.— Jason Friedman (@JasonCFriedman) December 30, 2012
James Harden sits on the bench after scoring 25 points on just 6-of-17 shooting.
Jeremy Lamb makes his triumphant, emotional return to Houston as he checks in with 5:20 left.— Royce Young (@dailythunder) December 30, 2012
Nick Collison dunks the airball to extend the Thunder lead to 31.
Thabo Sefolosha has 7 double digit scoring games this season. He had 6 all of last year.— Thunder Stats & Info (@ThunderStats) December 30, 2012
Jeremy Lin receives medical attention after taking a shot to the head from Nick Collison. Timeout Rockets.
Reggie Jackson, who is playing over Eric Maynor, hits the runner.
Toney Douglas makes two free throws and the Thunder call timeout, up 22 points.
The Thunder continue to cruise with their reserves in the game.
New career high for Marcus Morris with 21 points.— ClutchFans.net (@clutchfans) December 30, 2012
Kevin Martin hits a triple to open up the fourth quarter.
Kevin McHale is hoping to keep the game respectable, keeping Chandler Parsons (35 min) in. He's played poorly w/ 10 pts (5-13 FG), 3 stls— Nick Ivanovic (@RocketsRedux) December 30, 2012
It's all Thunder in this one as we head into the fourth quarter.
Up 26 points, Scott Brooks is now sitting Kevin Durant as well as Russell Westbrook.
Strong chance Harden and KD will duke it out (along w/ CP3) for Player of Month honors. Neither shooting their best, yet KD has 26 and JH 25— Jason Friedman (@JasonCFriedman) December 30, 2012
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