CBS Denver

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks knows his team can play from behind. He just doesn’t want the Thunder to make a habit of it.

“We’re very prideful. We’re going to keep fighting to the last possession,” Brooks said after watching his team pull out a come-from-behind 115-113 win at home against Denver. “That’s always been a trademark but we can’t just turn it on the second half. We have to correct that. It’s my job to find combinations where guys are going to play with more defensive force.”

Kevin Durant scored 38 points, Russell Westbrook had 30 points and 12 rebounds and the Thunder were forced to rally late to win their second straight game.

“It’s tough. We can’t continue to do that and put pressure on ourselves. We’ve got to start the game better. Most of that is my fault,” Westbrook said.

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