Kevin Durant helped out offensively with 36 points on 14-of-18 shooting for OKC. Westbrook helped more down low in the final quarter, recording 6 rebounds and 8 assists in the 4th. Serge Ibaka had a career-high 27 points on 12-of-18 shooting, while Dion Waiters added 21.
The Thunder had been losers of 3 of their past 4, but 54 percent shooting from the field helped them bounce back.
Klay Thompson scored 32 points for Golden State, while Stephen Curry added 19, and Marreese Speights 20, as the Warriors' 8-game winning streak was snapped. Golden State's defense failed them on this night, allowing their highest point total of the season.
Ibaka also help lead the Thunder's charge in the 4th with 14 points in the quarter. Oklahoma City outrebounded the Warriors 54-43 on the night. The second quarter was the major difference in the game, as the Thunder held the Warriors to 8-for-27 shooting, outscoring them 36-25 in the 2nd.
The Thunder remain 1 game under .500 at 19-20, and they will go on the road to visit the Orlando Magic tomorrow night. The Warriors take NBA's best record of 31-6 into Houston tonight to visit the Rockets.