The Oklahoma City Thunder lost to the Toronto Raptors 104-98. It was the Thunder's first home loss of the season. It also stopped their overall winning streak at nine games. Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant led the Thunder in scoring with Westbrook scoring 27 points and Durant adding 24. But it was not a good night for Oklahoma City, who only shot 37 percent from the field.
They did a good job defensively holding the Raptors to just 40 percent shooting. Oklahoma City seemed to take control in the third quarter when they outscored Toronto 28-13 but that reversed itself when Raptors won the fourth quarter 29-14.
The Thunder are now 13-1 at home and 22-5 overall. The Thunder's next game is Christmas Day when they play at New York.