Thunder's Kendrick Perkins: 'We got to get our s--- together'

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Give and Go: What's wrong with the Oklahoma City Thunder and Chicago Bulls?
Thursday January 29th, 2015

After losing to the New York Knicks 100-92 on Wednesday night, the Oklahoma City Thunder have lost three of their last four and remain in 10th in the Western Conference.

Thunder center Kendrick Perkins didn't mince words in assessing his team's performance. 

VIDEO: Highlights of New York's home upset of Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant sat out Wednesday's loss with a toe injury. It was the second straight game Durant was forced to missed. The Thunder are now 9-16 this season when Durant does not play. 

Russell Westbrook scored 40 points for the Thunder in Durant's absence, but he was one of just three Oklahoma City players who scored in double figures. Perry Jones, who started at small forward in place of Durant, went scoreless in 24 minutes. 

The Knicks have now won four out of their last five after breaking a 16-game losing streak. 

• NBA Power Rankings: Westbrook, Thunder sitting at No. 15

- Dan Gartland

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