The Thunder are the West’s No. 1 seed.
With a 104-95 rolling of the Kings, the Thunder put away their 60th win and more importantly, the Spurs.
(The quick and dirty: The Thunder held a 24-point second half lead, but the Kings cut it to 10 in the fourth quarter. Scott Brooks, who appeared to be trying to let the second and third units close the game, brought the starters back to close things down. They did with no problems, and the Thunder cruised to No. 60. Kevin Durant was fantastic, again, going for 29 on 10-16 shooting with seven rebounds and eight assists, Russell Westbrook had 21 with eight assists, and the bench showed well with 30 points, despite being without Kevin Martin.) Keep Reading…