Russell Westbrook scored 28 points, Kevin Durant had 26 points, seven rebounds and six assists, and the Oklahoma City Thunder began work on restoring their home-court dominance, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 111-95 on Sunday night.
James Harden added 14 points for Oklahoma City, which moved to 10-1 this season in the game immediately following a loss. The Thunder had lost at home to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday.
The Thunder shot 55.4% from the field, led by double digits for most of the final 39 minutes and improved their record to 34-11, best in the NBA's Western Conference.
Oklahoma City had lost 3 of its last four games at Chesapeake Energy Arena after opening the season 17-1 at home.
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