Thunder 120, Nets 95: Kevin Durant scored 26 points, Serge Ibaka added 25 in a perfect shooting performance and Oklahoma City trounced host Brooklyn en route to its 10th consecutive victory.Durant failed to extend his streak of consecutive games with 30 or more points to 13, but still shot 10-for-12 from the field while adding seven assists in limited action as the Thunder improved to 18-7 on the road. Ibaka was even more dangerous, making all 12 of his field-goal attempts to help the Thunder shoot 63.6 percent from the field.Shaun Livingston led the way with 16 points for the Nets, who set an NBA record for the fewest rebounds in a game with 17. Deron Williams added 14 points off the bench and Mason Plumlee had 13 in just 17 minutes.Durant was his typically efficient self in the early going, hitting four of his first five shot attempts while racking up 11 points as the Thunder cruised to a 30-16 advantage after one quarter. The bulge grew to 20 on Durant's technical free throw with 7:09 remaining in the second, Perry Jones followed with a 3-pointer and Durant added a long-range shot with 1:23 remaining - giving him 22 points in the half - as Oklahoma City led 63-35 at the intermission.Ibaka knocked down back-to-back attempts to make it a 32-point game and added a layup following three straight Oklahoma City misses to send the Thunder into the fourth ahead 89-59. With the game well in hand, Oklahoma City took the drama out of Durant's attempt to extend his streak, pulling him in the latter moments of the third and leaving him on the bench the rest of the way.GAME NOTEBOOK: Durant and Ibaka combined to shoot 16-of-17 in the opening half. ... The Thunder outscored the Nets in the paint by a 58-30 margin. ... Durant became the first player to record 550 points and 90 assists in a calendar month since Michael Jordan in March 1987, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.