The Oklahoma City Thunder decimated the Washington Wizards on the road (111-134) and claimed their fourth straight victory in the NBA (4-4).
Russell Westbrook once again led the winners, with 23 points and 12 assists, as four more players scored in double figures.
For Washington, Bradley Beal had a game-high 27 points, with Dwight Howard adding 20 and John Wall 19, along with nine assists.
The Thunder exploded in the second quarter and outscored their opponents 44-20 to take a 29-point lead (79-50) and cruise to an easy victory (111-134).
The visitors also set a new team record for first half points (79). On the other hand, the Wizards have a made a disappointing start to the season and lost for the seventh time in eight games (1-7).
Thunder scores 79 in first half. pic.twitter.com/nURBR3l2ag
— OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) November 3, 2018