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Game 59: Thunder v. Pacers

The Thunder, on a three-game losing streak, hosted the Indiana Pacers Wednesday night.

After the first quarter, you could tell the losing streak would come to an end.

The Thunder came storming out of the gates and didn’t look back. The Thunder got off to a hot start, with good shooting and good defense on the Pacers. Thunder led by 9 after 1. The second quarter was huge, with the Thunder exploding for 36 points, led by James Harden scoring in bunches coming off the bench. Thunder led by 21 at half.

In the third quarter, more of the same occurred, with good shooting and locking down the Pacers on defense. Thunder led by 27 after 3. In the fourth quarter, the reserves got some playing time, and continued to hustle and play well. Thunder win by 28.

Harden finished with 20, and Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 21. The team plays at Atlanta on Friday. Thunder Up!!!

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