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  • Thunder hope to get George back vs. Hornets

    Paul George said he learned from being on the bench for the Oklahoma City Thunder's last two games. The forward, in his first year with the Thunder, is still trying to figure out where he fits into the offense, as is fellow first-year Oklahoma City forward Carmelo Anthony. George, who is suffering from a right calf contusion, hopes to be back Monday when Oklahoma City hosts Charlotte.
    11 Dec @ 4AM

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  • NBA-Highlights of Thursday's NBA games

    Caris LeVert recorded his first career double-double with 21 points and 10 assists as the Brooklyn Nets rallied from a 16-point deficit and beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 100-95 on Thursday at Ciudad de Mexico Arena. On the first anniversary of his NBA debut, LeVert saw extensive time at point guard because of Spencer Dinwiddie's foul trouble. In 30 minutes, Levert shot 6-of-10 and also played effective defense on Russell Westbrook down the stretch.
    8 Dec @ 8AM

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  • NBA to open training center in Mexico

    Los Angeles (AFP) - The National Basketball Association is opening an elite training center in Mexico City for men and women players from around Latin America, the league said Thursday.In a joint announcement with the Mexican Basketball Federation and
    8 Dec @ 7AM

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  • Russell Westbrook and the Thunder help give OKC children a merry Christmas

    Russell Westbrook and the Thunder helped make the holidays brighter for Oklahoma City families on Monday. Russell Westbrook is a ferocious and emotional competitor on the court, and can be particularly prickly when dealing with the media. Away from the arena, though, the Oklahoma City Thunder superstar has fashioned a lower-wattage profile as someone who relishes chances to connect with the Oklahoma community, and to help those in need.
    6 Dec @ 9PM

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  • Billy Donovan praises selfless play of Carmelo Anthony, Paul George

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- As the Oklahoma City Thunder have begun to find some footing after a rocky start, center Steven Adams has emerged as a go-to secondary option to support Russell Westbrook, averaging 22 points per game on nearly 80 percent shooting during the Thunder's three-game winning streak. The reason for his emergence? According to coach Billy Donovan, it's Carmelo Anthony and Paul George. "I think people have it really backwards," Donovan said when asked why Adams has taken on such bigger offensive focus. "That's the greatness, to me, of Carmelo Anthony. The reason why Steven Adams is doing what he's doing is because of Carmelo Anthony and Paul George." Adams finished with 20 points on
    6 Dec @ 4PM

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  • Westbrook triple double as Thunder down Jazz

    Russell Westbrook bagged a second consecutive triple double as the Oklahoma City Thunder staged a late rally to sink the Utah Jazz on Tuesday. Westbrook, who had guided the Thunder to a victory over San Antonio on Sunday with his seventh triple of the season, bagged his eighth of the campaign in a 100-94 win at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The reigning NBA MVP finished with 34 points, 13 rebounds and 14 assists as OKC improved to 11-12 in the Western Conference standings.
    6 Dec @ 10AM

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  • Westbrook's triple-double leads Thunder past Jazz 100-94

    With all the excitement about the Oklahoma City Thunder's new Big Three this season, Steven Adams had become a bit of an afterthought. The 7-foot center had 20 points and nine rebounds to support Russell Westbrook's triple-double, and the Thunder defeated the Utah Jazz 100-94 on Tuesday night. The Thunder have won three straight, and Adams' offensive play has been critical.
    6 Dec @ 6AM

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  • Best of NBA: Bradley Beal's career-high 51 points ignite Wizards' win

    Bradley Beal scored a career-high 51 points, and the Washington Wizards bounced back from a demoralizing loss the night before to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 106-92 on Tuesday night. Beal made 21 field goals, also a career high, and the Wizards led by as many as 23 points. Portland was hurt midway through the final quarter when center Jusuf Nurkic limped off the court and to the locker room after appearing to injure his right ankle.
    6 Dec @ 6AM

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  • Watch: Kevin Durant Got Tossed from Warriors-Pelicans—Is Bad Behavior Golden State’s New Normal?

    Kevin Durant keeps getting ejected from those blowouts. With a minute left of the Warriors’ 125-115 road victory against the Pelicans on Monday night, Durant and DeMarcus Cousins, two of the NBA’s best players, began jawing with each other. It wasn’t immediately clear what had caused the confrontation, which came as the Warriors led by eight points—although the Pelicans’ collapse may have had something to do with it.
    5 Dec @ 1PM

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  • Jazz look to extend win streak vs. Thunder

    The Utah Jazz are thriving. The Jazz are 4-1 in the second game of back-to-backs, including 1-1 on the road, entering a Tuesday game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Utah comes in having won six consecutive games, including a 116-69 home win over the Washington Wizards on Monday.
    5 Dec @ 10AM

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