Jan 19, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Kevin Durant (35) shoots the ball over Sacramento Kings small forward Quincy Acy (5) during the second quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma City crushes Sacramento, 108-93

Kevin Durant has been spectacular this season, so I could see why LeBron gets jealous of his numbers. Durant had a career-high 54 points Friday against Golden State, and he would continue his stellar play on Sunday against the Sacramento Kings.

The Kings actually led after the first quarter, but the Thunder controlled the rest of the game, and they maintained a double-digit lead for most of the game. OKC also took good care of the ball, and had only 16 turnovers, compared to 20 for Sacramento. In the fourth quarter, Rudy Gay got back-to-back technicals, and was ejected. Their offense could never really get on a run. Isaiah Thomas had 27 points at halftime, but there was only so much he could do.

Kevin Durant finished with 30 points, 9 assists, and 6 rebounds, Serge Ibaka had 20 points, and Reggie Jackson had 16 for the Thunder. Isaiah Thomas had a career-high 38 points for Sacramento, and the Kings were able to get another double-double from DeMarcus Cousins (16 points, 14 rebounds). The Thunder took this one, 108-93. They have won three straight games.

Tags: Isaiah Thomas Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder Rudy Gay Sacramento Kings Serge Ibaka

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