Indiana University is looking for a new men’s basketball coach, and naturally Brad Stevens is going to hear from all of those fans who want the Boston Celtics’ coach to come home.

But again, he’s not going anywhere.

“I don’t speak to the rumor mill or anything else, but I’ve made it pretty clear I’m going to be here. I’ve been asked about that quite a bit and my answer will be the same – I’m going to be here until the Celtics decide they want to move in another direction,” he said before Friday night’s game against Brooklyn.

“Maybe a little bit,” he said of whether he hears from people back home at a time like this.

“One thing about it – I grew up in that state and spent a lot of time down there. I certainly love the state of Indiana and what basketball means in that state. IU means a lot to the people in that state. I was no different as a kid but again, I’ll be here. Doesn’t mean I’m not a fan of the teams in the state – I root for one a heck of a lot more than the rest.”

Saturday’s games

THUNDER 110, KINGS 94: Russell Westbrook had 28 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists to help Oklahoma City win at home.

The Thunder won their fifth straight – the longest current streak in the NBA.

Westbrook had a triple-double in each of the first four games of the streak to raise his season total to 34. He needs seven more in Oklahoma City’s final 13 games to tie Oscar Robertson for the NBA single-season record, set in the 1961-62 season.

TRAIL BLAZERS 113, HAWKS 97: Damian Lillard scored 27 points and Portland took control with a dominant opening quarter to win in Atlanta.

C.J. McCollum had 22 points and Allen Crabbe added 16 for Portland.

HORNETS 98, WIZARDS 93: Cody Zeller scored 19 points and Charlotte won at home to snap a three-game losing streak.