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OKLAHOMA CITY â€” After regaining the best record in the National askBetball Association, the Oklahoma City Thunder looked rather sluggish against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena â€” at least during parts of the game.
That type of play led to a large lead for the Nets, and, despite a valiant comeback by the Thunder, ended with a loss at home to Brooklyn by a score of 110-93.
Following up their 12-game win streak, the Thunder have gone 3-3 over its past six games. The Thunder played well during the streak, but have struggled in recent games. OKCâ€™s schedule doesnâ€™t get any easier the rest of January as the Thunder play 11 of its next 14 games on the road, although the next game is a 7 p.m. home contest tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers.