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The Thunder Prove Bad Luck For Celtics

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The Oklahoma City Thunder get their 11th straight home victory Wednesday night as they blast the Celtics.  OKC beats Boston 119-104.

The Thunder roll in the first half.  Between the first and second quarters they go on a 30-3 run to begin the rout.  Oklahoma City led 72-49 at the break.

Boston makes a run in the second half.  But the Thunder hold them off for the win.

Russell Westbrook led the way with a game-high 31 points.  Kevin Durant had 28.

Oklahoma City improves to 26-7 on the year, 14-1 at home.

The guys have one more game before the all-star break.  The Thunder host Kobe Bryant and Los Angeles Lakers Thursday night at 8:30pm.

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