The Oklahoma City Thunder outscored the Chicago Bulls 31-19 in the fourth-quarter to grab its first road-win of the young season, 97-91.
Kevin Durant hit two clutch jumpers late in the game to help propel the Thunder to the win. KD finished the game with a team-high 24 points. Serge Ibaka played well, with 21 points and nine rebounds. Much maligned PG Russell Westbrook had 16 points, 12 assists - and most importantly, just two turnovers.
Chicago was lead by Luol Deng's 27 points.
Up next for the Thunder is a Friday home game against Detroit. That will be the debut of OKC's new navy alternate jerseys. Tip-off from Chesapeake Energy Arena is set for 7 PM.