New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets keep on rolling, while the hapless New York Knicks continue to lose. Walkers 28 points propelled the Hornets to their season-high fifth straight win, a 110-82 dismantling of the Knicks that extended New Yorks franchise- record skid to 15 games. Walker needed just 28 minutes to record his game-best total, and the New York City native has helped offset an injury to Al Jefferson by averaging 30.2 points during the win streak. Bismack Biyombo delivered season highs of 14 points and 12 rebounds for Charlotte, which received 15 points from P.J. Hairston and 14 from Brian Roberts in the rout. We have been moving the basketball, playing good defense, and we have great communication out there, said Walker. Everyone is in the right spot and just making plays. For the Knicks, whose last eight defeats have come by double digits, this may have been rock-bottom in a season of low points. They trailed by as many as 45 in the second half before reducing the deficit as the Hornets pulled their starters in the fourth quarter. It was a tough afternoon, for sure, Knicks head coach Derek Fisher said. We all have to continue to learn that its not easy to win in this league. Were obviously finding that out the hard way. Quincy Acy was one bright spot for New York, finishing with 18 points on 6- of-9 shooting. Tim Hardaway Jr. and Shane Larkin had 15 and 12 points, respectively. Charlotte held just a 21-18 lead after one quarter and a 30-27 edge early in the second, then proceeded to paste the Knicks over the remainder of the first half. The Hornets outscored New York by a whopping 32-4 margin over the final 8:35 of the period to enter the break owning a commanding 62-31 advantage. The Hornets began to pull away behind a 13-2 run, which New Yorks Langston Galloway temporarily stopped with a jumper with 4:31 to go in the quarter to bring the Knicks within 43-31. New York didnt score again for the rest of the first half, with Charlotte closing the frame out on a 19-0 tear. Walker did most of the damage, dropping in 10 points during the surge to finish with 20 for the initial two quarters. The Knicks offensive ineptitude extended beyond the stoppage, as they went 5- of-21 from the floor during a 13-point third quarter in which the Hornets continued to pour it on. Biyombo finished off a 9-0 sequence with an alley-oop dunk to put Charlotte up by 40, 73-33, near the midway mark of the third. It was a 45-point spread entering the fourth when two Jason Maxiell free throws made the score 89-44. With the Hornets fielding their second and third-team units, New York ended the game on a 16-7 run to make the final outcome slightly more respectable. Game Notes Charlotte is 13-6 this season when Walker scores 18 points or more and 2-18 when he hasnt hit that mark ... The Hornets are on their first four-game road winning streak since Jan. 18-28, 2011 ... 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You have to take every moment, every play and go out and win the game." The play that led to Westbrooks free throws is in dispute. Kevin Durant made a 3-pointer, then Los Angeles Jamal Crawford missed in close before Durant made a layup with 17 seconds left. Westbrook stole the ball, and in a scramble, the Thunder got possession with 11.3 seconds to play, setting up Westbrooks play. The Clippers believed the ball went off Oklahoma Citys Reggie Jackson, but the officials awarded the ball to the Thunder. After review, the play stood. "Everybody knows it was our ball," Rivers said. "The bottom line is they thought it was a foul and they made up for it. Lets take away the replay. We were robbed. It was our ball, whether it was a foul or not." NBA crew chief Tony Brothers explained the call after the game. "When the ball goes out of bounds, the ball was awarded to Oklahoma City," he said. "We go to review the play. We saw two replays. The two replays we saw were from the overhead camera showing down, and the one from under the basket showing the same angle but from a different view. And from those two replays, it was inconclusive as to who the ball went out of bounds off of. When its inconclusive, we have to go with the call that was on the floor." The Thunder were more focused on what they did after the call. They can clinch the series Thursday in Los Angeles. "Ive never seen a game like this with us," Durant said. "It just shows that you can never keep us down. Were going to fight until the end no matter what happens. We fought through it all and persevered through it all." After the Thunder got possession, Westbrook was fouled by Chris Paul while shooting a 3-pointer with the Thunder trailing by two. Westbrook, who had missed a 3-pointer that would have won Game 4 in the closing seconds, welcomed the chance for redemption. "Im still upset about that shot that I missed in L.A. for the game, so tonight, I just tried tto take my time, take a deep breath and knock em down," he said.dddddddddddd After the free throws, Paul drove to the hoop, but Jackson stole the ball from him, and time expired. "Probably the toughest thing Ive been through, basketball-wise," Paul said. "Everything that happened there at the end is on me. It was just bad basketball." Durant scored 10 of his 27 points in the final 3:23 after shooting 3 for 17 through three quarters. "Great players can have a bad shooting night, have a great three minutes and be the superstars that they are," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. "He hung in there and there were times where he thought nothing would go right. They stuck together and fought through a lot of tough situations." Blake Griffin had 24 points and 17 rebounds, Crawford scored 19 points and Paul had 17 points and 14 assists for the Clippers. It was the latest in a string of spectacular games for Westbrook. He is averaging 29.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 6.8 assists in the series. "Hes fierce and hes fearless," Brooks said. "Hes a winner. The guy competes for his team every single night and he practices the way he plays. He makes basketball plays to put our team in a winning position." The Clippers took a 101-88 lead in the fourth quarter on a 3-pointer by Crawford with 4:13 to play before Durant finally got involved. He hit a 3-pointer with 3:23 remaining on his first shot of the quarter, then drained two free throws to cut the Clippers lead to 101-95. A layup by Jackson cut Los Angeles lead to four. Griffin made the first of two free throws, and Glen Davis grabbed the rebound of the second. Pauls mid-range jumper on the extra possession gave the Clippers a 104-97 edge with 49 seconds to play. The Clippers appeared on their way to taking control of the series. Now, they are on the brink of elimination. "Weve been regrouping all year," Rivers said. "Well be ready to play when we get to L.A. This ones going to hurt. None of this would have happened if wed taken care of business. That didnt happen. Well be ready." Notes: Thunder F Serge Ibaka played after the league reviewed his punch to Griffins groin in Game 4. . ... Westbrook was called for a Flagrant 1 foul in the first quarter after trying to stop Griffin on a breakaway drive to the hoop. ... The Clippers were called for a clear path foul when Darren Collison barrelled into Jackson, who was passing to a wide-open Westbrook with 2.3 seconds left in the first quarter. ' ' '