Kevin Durant had a first half so horrid Wednesday night, it wasn't outlandish to wonder if the NBA's three-time scoring champ was physically ill.

Durant was noticeably sluggish and listless. He couldn't hang onto the basketball, much less shoot it.

Yet by the end of the night, the four-time All-Star had his 16th double-double of the season with 23 points and 10 rebounds. He also got to sit out the fourth quarter for the 13th time this season as the Thunder cruised to a 110-87 rout over the Utah Jazz.

A sellout crowd of 18,203 at Chesapeake Energy Arena watched in disbelief as Durant committed six turnovers in his first 15 minutes of play, and did so with a multiple attack — bad pass; lost ball out of bounds (twice); lost ball (twice); discontinued dribble.

The best thing Durant did in the first half actually occurred while he was taking warm-up shots at halftime.