For the second straight game, the Thunder jumped on an outmanned opponent and never let off the throttle, romping to a 119-99 win over Toronto Sunday night in the Ford Center. Steamrolling the Raptors without All-Star Chris Bosh, who missed his fifth consecutive game, the Thunder moved within a half game of fifth-place Phoenix in the Western Conference standings. "We treat every team the same,” said Kevin Durant, who scored a game-high 29 points. "Any given night, you can lose in this league. No matter what the team’s record is, they can come out and beat you. That’s the way we think. We respect every team we play.” All teams say that. But Boston lost at home Saturday to the lowly New Jersey Nets. Utah, Friday night, lost to Sacramento. Denver recently lost to Washington. Meanwhile, Oklahoma City keeps taking care of business. The Thunder hasn’t lost to a team that currently has a losing record in nearly four months, a Nov. 11 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. "Every game, we want to establish what we do defensively,” said Thunder coach Scott Brooks. "If that’s our mindset, and all five players are engaged defensively, you know we’ll give ourselves a chance to win whether we play an elite team or a team that doesn’t have a good record. "We do take care of business. That’s a great sign that we’ve had all year. Hopefully that continues.” Leading by as many as 28 points, the Thunder continues to storm to a playoff berth because it’s avoided bad losses that bite even the best teams. "That’s what I’ve been impressed with most this season is our consistency,” said Nick Collison. "We’ve developed a base line and a habit of who we are defensively and effort-wise, which has allowed us to be in almost every game and to win a lot of them.” Improving to 25-3 when it scores 100 points, Oklahoma City essentially led wire-to-wire, trailing only once in the opening stages. Brooks said it was one of the Thunder’s most complete games. The Thunder held the Bosh-less Raptors to 43.7 percent shooting. The 119 points were the third highest behind a recent win in New York and a season-high 127 against the Wizards Thanksgiving week. "You could throw this game up there,” Brooks said. "We played (well) on both sides of the ball. After a little lull, we came back and played good defense and made them miss a lot of shots.” With six weeks left in the season, OKC has posted 35 wins, which leads to the question: is 50 wins doable? "If we continue to play the way we have and don’t have a major letdown, that’s definitely possible,” Collison said. "As long as we have consistency with our defense and our effort, we’re tough to beat. Who knows what will happen?” Text "OKTHUNDER” to 65360 for your chance to win an Adidas OKC Thunder Embroidered Midweight Jacket. NewsOK OKC Thunder news text alerts sponsored by Totally Tickets.