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10-6, 2nd in Northwest
Westbrook scores double-double in return, but falls to Kings (1:26)

Hield, Kings hold off OKC in Westbrook's return

Buddy Hield made three consecutive 3-pointers late in the fourth quarter and scored 25 points, Marvin Bagley III had his first career double-double and the Kings beat the Thunder 117-113 on Monday to spoil Russell Westbrook's return.

Tempers flare between Westbrook, Cauley-Stein (0:57)
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George drops 32 in win (1:05)
Schroder-Adams connection on point all game (0:16)
Grant goes behind the back to Adams for layup (0:18)
Schroder finds Adams for the alley-oop (0:17)
Diallo's epic missed dunk leads to crazy Nader floater (0:15)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

After the Thunder had run a few straight pick-and-rolls at Enes Kanter in the first half, Steven Adams walked up to Knicks coach David Fizdale and told him, "Sub him out. He doesn't know how to play defense. We're running pick and roll every time." Adams, who is very close friends with Kanter, explained his trash talk and reasoning.

George fuels Thunder past Knicks (1:16)
George catches lob and smashes powerful dunk (0:30)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George was brilliant again in the absence of Russell Westbrook, scoring 35 points in 29 minutes of 13-22 shooting (5-11 from 3) and running the Thunder beautifully as they beat the Knicks 128-103. OKC dished out 32 assists, hit 16-33 from 3 and swarmed the Knicks from start to finish. Next up for OKC is the Suns on Saturday, with a chance Westbrook is back for it.

Grant double pumps for slam dunk (0:18)
Diallo gets wild layup to go down (0:29)
George shakes the earth with emphatic dunk (0:19)
Adams posterizes Kanter with thunderous dunk (0:18)
Schroder lobs over defender to Adams for dunk (0:20)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Always a Thunder fan favorite, Enes Kanter enters to a huge ovation and puts his hand on Steven Adams' side, and Adams immediately slaps it away. Kanter smiles and looks at the ref, "Did you see that?"

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook is officially out tonight against the Knicks. He went through his full pregame routine and is getting close to returning but isn't quite yet in a position to return.

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.112th
Rebounds Per Game47.57th
Assists Per Game21.326th
Points Allowed106.36th

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