Cle 21 25 27 18 91
Okc 27 30 22 27 106
Date of game: 11/11/2012

Recap: Oklahoma City vs. Cleveland

Oklahoma City, OK (Sports Network) - Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined for 53 points in the Oklahoma City Thunder's 106-91 rout of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Durant tallied 26 points and eight rebounds, while Westbrook added 27 points, 10 assists and six boards for Oklahoma City, which has won four in a row and five of six.

Kyrie Irving registered 20 points and five assists for the Cavs, who have dropped five of their last six contests.

Irving's reverse layup brought Cleveland within 67-64 with 3:42 remaining in the third before Westbrook scored eight of his team's final 10 points of the frame.

His running bank shot from 31 feet away at the buzzer gave Oklahoma City a 79-73 lead heading into the fourth.

"That kind of broke their back a little bit," Durant said of the buzzer- beating shot.

"We wanted to take the foul once they caught it and started dribbling up the court," Cleveland head coach Byron Scott said of the play.

An 11-3 run helped the Thunder establish a 98-81 advantage with 4:04 to play.

Oklahoma City led 27-21 after a quarter of play and took a 57-46 edge into the locker room.

Game Notes

The Thunder shot 54.8 percent from the floor (40-of-73), compared to a 41 percent effort by Cleveland (34-of-83) ... Oklahoma City outrebounded Cleveland, 41-36.

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