Kevin Durant couldn't extend his streak of 30-point games on Friday night, but that's only because he didn't have to play a second in the fourth quarter.
The streaking Oklahoma City Thunder throttled the Brooklyn Nets, 120-95, for their 10th straight win.
The Thunder led by as much as 32.
Kevin Durant scored 26 points and Serge Ibaka added 25 off a perfect 12-of-12 shooting clip as Oklahoma City shot a scalding 63.6 percent from the floor.
The Thunder also outrebounded the Nets 41-17, with Brooklyn setting an NBA record for the fewest rebounds in a game.
It was that kind of night for the Nets, who scored 35 points in the first half.
Shaun Livingston was the high-point man for Brooklyn with 16. Paul Pierce was the only other Nets starter in double figures with 10.
Durant shot 10-of-12 from the field, draining all three of his three-point tries. He also handed out seven assists in 30 minutes.
Brooklyn has now dropped two straight after winning 10 of its first 11 contests in January. Things don't get any easier for the Nets, as they will travel to Indiana to play the Pacers on Saturday.