Kevin Durant had 35 points and 11 rebounds, Jeff Green added 18 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Washington Wizards 110-98 Tuesday night for the franchise's first four-game winning streak in 3 1/2 years.

It was the fifth straight game that Durant, who had 40 points in Monday's win at New Jersey, topped the 30-point mark. He has exceeded 30 points nine times in Oklahoma City's 14 December games.

The Thunder, which last won four straight from April 2-6, 2006, when they were the Seattle SuperSonics, earned their ninth road victory of the season _ one more than they had during 2008-09, their first season in Oklahoma City.

The score was tied five times in the fourth quarter before the Thunder went on a decisive 14-2 run that began with a layup by Eric Maynor that erased the 90-89 lead. Washington had gone up on a right-side 3-pointer by Gilbert Arenas.

Antawn Jamison scored 28 points and Arenas added 24 for the Wizards, who have lost three straight. Washington has three skids of three or more games this season.

Russell Westbrook and James Harden scored 11 apiece for the Thunder. Westbrook had 10 assists.

Arenas tallied the first nine points as Washington closed the first half on a 23-11 run for a 55-53 halftime lead.

Durant followed up a 14-point first quarter with the Thunder's final nine of the first half, including a buzzer-beating windmill slam.

NOTES: Irene Pollin, the widow of late Wizards owner Abe Pollin, watched the game from the owner's box. It was her first game since Abe Pollin died at 85 on Nov. 24 from a rare brain disease. ... Thunder C Etan Thomas, who was the longest-tenured Wizards player before being traded to Minnesota before the 2009 draft, missed Tuesday's game with the flu. ... Former D.C. United soccer star Freddie Adu, who now plays professionally in Portugal, sat courtside and sang a line from "I've Had the Time of My Life" from the movie "Dirty Dancing" as part of a scoreboard contest between the third and fourth quarters. ... Washington got only eight points from its reserves.