Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Kevin Durant, the NBA's leading scorer, led Oklahoma City's comeback with 34 points and 16 rebounds, as the Northwest Division-leading Thunder rallied past the Sixers, 110-105, in overtime at Wells Fargo Center.
Andre Iguodala chipped in with 14 points, eight assists and six boards for Philadelphia, which has lost five in a row against Oklahoma City.
Durant brought the Thunder within three, 101-98, on a running jumper with 36.9 seconds left in regulation. Durant then blocked Iguodala's jumper before tying the game with a three-pointer.
The Sixers had 6.9 ticks remaining to win the game, but Iguodala was called for a charge. The Thunder put the ball into Durant's hands again, but his three-pointer was off the mark.
Holding a 106-105 lead with under 1 1/2 minutes to play in overtime, Durant drained an 18-footer to put the Thunder in front by three.
The Sixers got the ball back following Iguodala's missed three-pointer and Westbrook's turnover. But Meeks missed a three and Elton Brand was called for an offensive foul.
Westbrook then made a jumper from the foul line with 22.9 seconds left to seal the victory.
The Sixers started the game on a 15-4 run, but the Thunder scored 11 of the next 13 points to cut the gap to two, 17-15. Philadelphia held a 34-28 edge after 12 minutes.
Oklahoma City started the second period on a 13-6 flurry to go in front. Daequan Cook's jumper gave the visitors a 41-40 lead with 7 1/2 minutes to go. It was a 55-55 game at the half.
Trailing by six, 78-72, with under 3 1/2 minutes to go in the third, the Thunder closed out the frame on a 10-2 run. Durant's four-point play gave Oklahoma City an 82-80 edge heading to the fourth.
With the score tied at 92-92 with 4:19 to play in regulation, Williams scored all of Philadelphia's points during a 9-4 flurry. Williams' trey with 2:19 left gave the 76ers a 101-96 margin.
But Philly failed to score in the final minutes of the fourth.
Holiday also dished out eight assists for the Sixers, who went 10-of-24 from three-point range...Iguodala went 5-of-12 from the field for Philadelphia, which got 13 points and 15 rebounds from Brand...The Thunder shot 50 percent from the floor...Durant went 13-of-26 from the field.