OKLAHOMA CITY -- James Harden's 25 points were a game-high while Kevin Durant posted a double-double (23 points, 10 rebounds) in the Thunder's 110-87 win over Golden State.
But the win came at a price.
Point guard Russell Westbrook, the league's fifth leading scorer, left the game in the third quarter with what the team later called a sprained ankle.
Oklahoma City also played without starting center Kendrick Perkins (knee bruise) and Thabo Sefolosha (sore foot).
The Thunder's next game is Sunday evening at home against Denver.
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