Oklahoma City made it eight straight wins in the NBA on Sunday, while Carmelo Anthony returned in style for the New York Knicks.
Last season's Western Conference champions scored more than 100 points for a 12th straight game, defeating the Indiana Pacers 104-93.
Kevin Durant (27 points, eight rebounds and four assists) was again the star of the show, with Russell Westbrook adding 21 points of his own.
The Pacers had all five starters in double digits - David West was the best of them with 21 - but were made to pay for a poor third quarter which they lost 27-18.
At Madison Square Garden, Anthony contributed 34 points as the Knicks overcame the Denver Nuggets 112-106.
Anthony had missed two games because of a finger injury but marked his return with an impressive display that helped the Knicks improve to a 15-5 win-loss record.
The Los Angeles Lakers continued to struggle, going down 117-110 to the Utah Jazz at the Staples Center.
Kobe Bryant managed 34 points but the Lakers slipped to 9-12 as Paul Millsap and Maurice Williams combined for 46 points.
The Los Angeles Clippers rallied in the fourth quarter to clinch their sixth straight win with a 102-83 victory against the Toronto Raptors.
Jamal Crawford led the way with 16 points as the Clippers outscored the Raptors 25-10 in the fourth quarter.
Brandon Jennings (26 points) and Monta Ellis (24) saw the Milwaukee Bucks to a 97-88 win over the Brooklyn Nets, who left their comeback too late.
The Phoenix Suns slumped to a seventh straight loss as rookie Andrew Nicholson (19 points) guided the Orlando Magic to a 98-90 victory.