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February 5, 2013

Thunder blasts lowly Mavericks

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Notes: Durant tied for the NBA lead with his ninth technical foul of the season, gesturing at an official after he had a shot blocked in the third quarter. Perkins’ technical was his seventh. Players are suspended one game if they receive 16 techs in a season. “I’ve just got to shut up. I’m racking them up. Sometimes I get too excited and I voice my opinion when I shouldn’t. I’ve just got to shut up and play the game,” Durant said. ... Carlisle said center Chris Kaman still had not been cleared to practice after sustaining a concussion a week ago. ... The Mavericks were averaging 20.1 fast-break points over a 10-game stretch before being held to six in a win at Phoenix on Friday and 11 against Oklahoma City. “We want to play fast all the time. We want to play fast and aggressive without being frantic and stupid,” Carlisle said.

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