Tahlequah Daily Press


February 1, 2014

Wizards end Thunder's 10-game win streak


NOTES: The Thunder had won six straight on the road. ... They had also won nine straight road games against Eastern Conference teams, while the Wizards had dropped five in a row at home vs. the West. ... Durant's hefty ticket purchase for friends and family gave him a convenient excuse to laugh off the notion that he would think about playing for the Wizards at some point in his career. "I spent a lot of money on tickets today — imagine if I played here," Durant said. "I don't even want to think about that." More on his hometown return: "I've got a bunch of little cousins that are going to be running around after the game," he said. "I'm excited to see them. In this league you miss all the big holidays and birthdays." ... The Thunder matched their lowest first-half point total of the season (38). ... The Wizards sold out for only the second time this season.

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