The Clippers defeated the Thunder 127-105 on Thursday with Kawhi Leonard scoring 32 points.
This was the Clippers' first blowout win since January, and coach Tyronn Lue called it a much-needed victory.
The win came after the Clippers lost Paul George to a knee injury in their previous game.
George's injury will likely keep him out for the rest of the regular season, which ends April 9.
The Clippers closed the third quarter with a 27-12 run to lead 92-80 going into the fourth.
They made seven consecutive 3-pointers over the end of the third and start of the fourth.
The Clippers shot 49% from 3-point range, with Batum and Hyland making four each.
In addition to his 24 points, Westbrook dished out seven assists for the Clippers.
Gilgeous-Alexander led the Thunder with 30 points, and the Clippers' bench outscored the Thunder's reserves.
The Clippers won for the first game this season despite the Thunder outscoring them 46-38 in the paint.