The Oklahoma City Thunder lost 152-95 to the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night, setting a record for the largest home loss in NBA history.

The Pacers lead by as much as 67 points, representing the largest lead in over 25 years.

"It's embarrassing. I'm not gonna try to spin that. We're still grateful to be playing basketball. Adversity tests the connection of the team. It tests everything. It squeezes you. It shows you who you are," said Mark Daigneault after the game. 

The Pacers shot 65.5% from the field, including 63.6% from three. Domantas Sabonis also became just the fourth player in the last 25 years to record a triple-double in the first half. 

The Thunder have now lost 16 out of their last 17 games.