Orlando Magic can not slow down fast paced Oklahoma City Thunder

The Orlando Magic allowed a season high 79 first half points Sunday night as they fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder 127-99 at home; the most points they have allowed in a regulation season game since April 8, 1990 when they allowed Houston to score  78.

Kevin Durant got going early for the Thunder and finished the game with 21-points, 11 boards and eight dimes, nearing a triple-double, all while sitting out for majority of the second half.

Rookie guard Eldrif Payton strong second half was no help for the Magic ー who never lead the game ー as he finished with 19 points and eight assist. Victor Oladipo lead all scorers with 23 points.

Oklahoma City had seven players score in double digits, as they snapped their three-game away loss streak.

The Magic will have a two day break before they head out on the road to face the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday, and the New York Knicks on Friday before the return home on Jan. 25 to face the Indiana Pacers.

Oklahoma will complete their Florida road trip on Tuesday when they travel down south to play the Miami Heat at the American Airlines.