Durant, the league's most valuable player last season, played nearly 30 minutes, looking healthy whether he was throwing down a driving, two-handed dunk or snapping off one of his three three-point baskets. Durant, who had surgery on Oct. 16, made nine of 18 shots.
Evans scored 15 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter.
Jrue Holiday had 23 points and 10 assists while
Russell Westbrook, in his second game back from a hand injury, scored 21 for the Thunder. But he was not nearly as efficient as his previous game, when he scored 32 points in about 24 minutes in a win over New York.
Dallas 132, at Chicago 129 (2 OT):
at Cleveland 111, Milwaukee 108: Kyrie Irving scored 28 points, Kevin Love scored 27, and LeBron James added 26 with 10 assists for the Cavaliers, who won their fourth in a row.
Portland 105, at Denver 103:
at Phoenix 116, Indiana 99:
at Atlanta 109, Boston 105: