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Houston Rockets (22-20) at Oklahoma City Thunder (32-9), 8 p.m. (ET)

(Sports Network) - The Oklahoma City Thunder will close out a five-game homestand tonight against the Houston Rockets from Chesapeake Energy Arena.

The Thunder are a dominant 18-2 at home this season and 3-1 on the current residency thanks to a 122-95 blasting of the Charlotte Bobcats on Saturday. James Harden scored a career-high 33 points and Kevin Durant added 26 for the Northwest Division-leading Thunder, who shot 63 percent and rebounded from Friday's loss to Cleveland that ended a 14-game home winning streak.

"We came out strong, played hard, played together," Durant said after the game. "Everybody was moving the ball, everybody came out and did a great job when they stepped on the floor. It was a great bounce back win."

OKC had a season-high 27 assists. Russell Westbrook scored 23 points in the win for an Oklahoma City team that will visit Denver after tonight's contest.

Houston will put the finishing touches on a five-game road trip Tuesday and has lost six of seven games, including Sunday's 118-107 setback against the Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena.

Luis Scola had 30 points and eight rebounds and Goran Dragic finished with 20 points and eight assists for the Rockets, who fell to 7-14 away from Space City this season and got 16 points from reserve Chase Budinger.

"We don't have confidence," a disappointed Scola said. "It's just not working out right now. We've had a really tough stretch."

The Rockets were without guard Kyle Lowry (bacterial infection) and he's expected to miss two to four weeks. Leading scorer Kevin Martin played nearly 16 minutes and scored three points, and is questionable for tonight due to a shoulder issue.

Houston will return to the Toyota Center to host Charlotte after its trip to Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City has already taken two of three meetings with Houston this season. The Rockets are winless in four straight games as the guest in this series.

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