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2015-16 Schedule
40-14, 1st in Northwest
With heavy hearts, Thunder defeat Pelicans (1:30)
Emotional night for Thunder (1:05)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

On a difficult night, the Thunder handle the Pelicans 121-95. Durant with 23 and six assists, Westbrook 23-9-10. Enter the All-Star break at 40-14. Which is still somehow nine games behind the Warriors.


Thunder dominate Pelicans by 26

Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant each scored 23 points, and Billy Donovan became the second rookie coach to hit 40 wins before the All-Star break in Oklahoma City's 121-95 win over New Orleans. Box score

Westbrook makes this dunk look easy (0:17)

Thunder rolling past Pelicans through 3

Russell Westbrook has 23 points and is one rebound short of a triple-double as Oklahoma City has built up a 95-74 lead over the Pelicans. Follow live

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant had 17 points in the first half, with Russell Westbrook adding 18 plus five rebounds and seven assists. The Thunder lead the Pelicans 62-53, but it's impossible not to notice the distinct lack of energy and emotion in this one.

Durant, Westbrook putting on a dunking clinic (0:25)

Westbrook powers Thunder into halftime

Russell Westbrook is well on his way toward a triple-double as he finished the first half with 18 points, 7 assists and 5 rebounds, helping the Thunder jump out to a 62-53 lead over the Pelicans at the break. Halftime stats

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant with 11 points in the opening quarter for the Thunder as they lead the Pelicans 29-25. Both teams look like they're trying to manufacture some energy and intensity.


Durant emotional over coach's loss

Thunder F Kevin Durant expresses sentiments on the death of assistant coach Monty Williams' wife Ingrid.

Durant emotional over death of Ingrid Williams (0:23)
Donovan constantly thinking of Monty Williams' family (1:10)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Thunder coach Billy Donovan on the team playing a game tonight with heavy hearts: "The harsh reality is we have a game to play. We've got to go out there and do the best job we can. And that's really all there is. It doesn't mean that we're not hurting as an organization, as a team, as a coaching staff, but we're called to have to play tonight, so we have to go out and play tonight."

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

A heartbroken Kevin Durant only talked for a few seconds today about the tragic death of assistant coach Monty Williams wife before breaking down and having to excuse himself.


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Calculating the performances this season of some high-profile NBA players who are scheduled to hit the market this summer.

Wife of Thunder assistant Monty Williams dies at 44 (2:17)

OKC assistant Monty Williams' wife dies

Ingrid Williams, 44, died on Wednesday after she was involved in a car accident Tuesday night when a car crossed the center lane and hit her head on, according to a report by the Oklahoman. A team statement read, in part: "The Thunder organization has heavy hearts tonight with the news of Ingrid's passing. Words cannot adequately describe how deep our sorrow is for the loss of Monty's wife." Story

MVP of the season so far (1:27)
AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki

Would OKC consider dealing K.D.?

The prospect of trading Kevin Durant is raised by the ESPN expert panel that has examined possible transactions involving West teams as the Feb. 18 trade deadline draws closer. 5-on-5 (Insider)


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant talking about how it's a little more special to him and Russell Westbrook they were voted All-Stars without having to campaign for it:

Energizing All-Stars (5:02)

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.92nd
Rebounds Per Game47.72nd
Assists Per Game22.212th
Points Allowed102.018th

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