Westbrook, McDermott pace Thunder in rout of Kings

Westbrook, McDermott pace Thunder in rout of Kings

That was about the only drama to be found in the Thunder's 110-94 win against the Kings Saturday at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Russell Westbrook didn't get to rest and didn't add to his triple-double total.

Kiwi big man Steven Adams impressed in the paint, with an efficient 16-point, 13-rebound game on 6-for-7 shooting.

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) dunks in front of Sacramento Kings center Kosta Koufos (41) and teammate Taj Gibson (22) during National Basketball Association action in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook, right, had 28 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists to help lead the Thunder to their fifth straight victory. "I have never played against a player that strong".

Georgios Papagiannis had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Sacramento, which had a two-game winning streak snapped. Led by Collison, Sacramento took a quick 10-9 advantage.

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That was the last bit of hope the Kings had.

After taking a 10-point lead at the first quarter mark, OKC blew the game open in the second, going up by as many as 22 points before taking a 63-41 lead ito half-time.

Sacramento could not get its offense rolling.

Enes Kanter contributed 14 points as Oklahoma City won its fifth straight game and improved to 40-29. Oklahoma City's Andre Roberson played suffocating defense on Hield.

The Thunder's next match is a home clash against the Western Conference-leading Golden State Warriors on Tuesday (NZ time).

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