It was a good news bad news night for the Oklahoma City Thunder in their 119-118 double overtime win over the Toronto Raptors. The bad news occurred in the first half when Thunder guard Russell Westbrook banged his right knee against Raptor's guard Kyle Lowery. Westbrook, who has missed big portions of the season due to knee problems, had to leave the game and did not return. The team is calling it a knee sprain. No word on if he'll miss game action or how long he could be out.
The good news concerned Kevin Durant and how they won the game. Durant poured in 51 points, which included a three pointer with 1.7 seconds left in the game to provide the winning margin. Durant also had 12 rebounds and seven assists in the win. Reggie Jackson played well in relief of Westbrook by scoring 25 points and grabbing 12 rebounds.