Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors rests during the second half of a NBA game against the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Chesapeake Energy Arena on Feb. 11, 2017 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. J Pat Carter/Getty Images/AFP
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Kevin Durant was in hostile territory as he returned to Oklahoma City on Saturday, but shut out the noise to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 130-114 victory over his former team the Thunder.Durant scored 34 points and pulled down nine rebounds in his first game in Oklahoma City since he departed as a free agent for Golden State after last season.Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson scored 26 points each for the Warriors, who withstood a 47-point performance from Russell Westbrook, once the other half of a star duo with Durant in Oklahoma.Goran Dragic led the Heat with 30 points, but the longest winning streak in the league this season came to an end.Harden shook off a first-half ankle injury to score 40 points with six rebounds and eight assists.
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