Apr 4, 2014 at 2am UK at ​Chesapeake Energy Arena
FT
94
106
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
24
27
20
23
22
26
32
26

Result: Oklahoma City Thunder end San Antonio Spurs streak

Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder scores off a slam dunk against the Los Angeles Lakers during their NBA game at Staples Center on February 13, 2014
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Oklahoma City Thunder secure their fourth win of the season over the San Antonio Spurs, ending the Western Conference leaders' 19-game winning streak.

The San Antonio Spurs have been beaten for the first time in 20 games, losing 106-94 to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

There was little between the two sides in the first half, but the Thunder pulled away from the Western Conference leaders with a strong second-half performance.

Kevin Durant was the team's top scorer with 28, while Russell Westbrook added 27 as the home side opened up a 16-point advantage in the third quarter.

Patty Mills, Kawhi Leonard and Tim Duncan were all among the points for San Antonio, and were able to cut the lead in half late on, before Westbrook re-established the Thunder's advantage with just over five minutes left to play.

The result, which is the Thunder's fourth win of the season over the Spurs, leaves Oklahoma City three wins behind the conference leaders with eight fixtures still to play before the playoffs.

Bulls player Marco Belinelli scores a slam dunk against the Nets on May 5, 2013
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