Oklahoma City, OK (SportsNetwork.com) - Russell Westbrook posted a triple double of 25 points 14 assists and 11 rebounds as Oklahoma City downed Orlando 104-97 on Monday.
Dion Waiters picked up 24 points and Serge Ibaka added 16 with eight boards for the Thunder, who had dropped four of five coming in and played without Kevin Durant due to a lingering toe injury.
"We did a lot of good things tonight. We did a great job of moving the basketball and taking care of the ball," Thunder head coach Scott Brooks said.
Victor Oladipo clocked in with 22 points and Nikola Vucevic had 20 for the Magic, whose losing skid reached nine games.
Westbrook scored 12 points and the host Thunder led 29-22 after one quarter. Waiters poured in seven and Steven Adams chimed in with six in the second period, and Oklahoma City kept Orlando at arm's length while taking a 61-50 lead into the break.
Oklahoma City's lead ballooned to as many as 22 on an Ibaka triple that made the score 82-60 with 2:09 left in the third, and the Thunder were ahead 82-67 heading to the fourth.
Adams' layup pushed the hosts over the 100-point mark with 3:28 remaining as the lead stood at 100-83.
Willie Green sank three straight triples down the stretch for Orlando, which snapped to attention too late to make a legitimate comeback.
"There are no moral victories, but I'm proud of the fight we had," Green said.
Westbrook had a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds by halftime ... Oklahoma City has won seven of its last eight meetings with Orlando ... Green ended up with 13 points in defeat, while Tobias Harris totaled 18 points for the Magic on 8-of-20 shooting ... Adams picked up 12 points for the Thunder ... The Thunder hadn't hit triple digits in a regulation contest since a 127-99 win in Orlando on Jan. 18.