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  • Paul George, mum on future, gets hometown welcome during All-Star Weekend

    Just a few minutes after Paul George sat down at his podium for NBA All-Star media day, a robust chant of "We want Paul! We want Paul!' broke out among the fans sitting in bleachers in the back of the convention hall. "It makes you feel great,' the Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star said. "I love it. It's not to say that I don't. I felt the energy. I know where the love is.' George grew up in Palmdale, about 65 miles from Staples Center, where the All-Star Game will be played Sunday night. "It feels good to be welcome. I think anybody would want to be wanted and be welcomed,' he said. The fans, of course, want George to play with the? Lakers. He said he's happy with the Thunder, but with free
    18 Feb @ 2AM

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  • Tyronn Lue wouldn’t let players run huddle: ‘They already said LeBron’s coaching the team’

    Would Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue allow LeBron James or other Cleveland players to do something similar? “I wouldn’t do that,” Lue said, before the Cavs played the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday. “They already said LeBron’s coaching the team, anyway.
    15 Feb @ 1AM

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  • LeBron James: Trae Young ‘better go pro’

    LeBron James has a strong opinion about a point guard in the draft. Asked the biggest adjustment Young will have to make, James said, “How much money he’s going to spend monthly and how much he’s going to save monthly. How high Young goes within the lottery is still an open question, though.
    13 Feb @ 11PM

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  • Paul George loves OKC, but leaves door to Los Angeles open

    Paul George is going to finish this season in a Thunder uniform — teams calling about him at the trade deadline are being shot down. George told Sam Amick of the USA Today he’s happy in Oklahoma City, he loves playing with Russell Westbrook, but don’t confuse that with him staying this summer no matter what. “Well, I mean I’m happy here,” George said.
    8 Feb @ 3PM

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  • Russell Westbrook on Thunder: ‘I believe in these guys more than anything in the world’

    Russell Westbrook believes in the latest incarnation of the Thunder. If the dunks didn’t seem to punish the rim with the same ferocity, the post-jam snarls and stank-faces seemed less frequent, or the high-stepping and double-barrel-boom celebrations appeared subdued the first six weeks of the season, Russell Westbrook doesn’t want anyone to get it twisted. True, the Oklahoma City Thunder have a different look and feel than previous seasons because of a first-ever super-team soirée.
    7 Feb @ 5AM

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  • Gameday: Curry vs Westbrook most likely to dictate the outcome

    OAKLAND -- Though the Warriors this season have done well to overcome an assortment of injuries, the Oklahoma City Thunder find themselves trying to recover from one major injury when they come to Oracle Arena on Tuesday night.The Warriors (41-12) are
    6 Feb @ 10PM

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  • Davis' 43 points lead Pelicans past Thunder 114-100

    Anthony Davis set the New Orleans Pelicans' career scoring record in style. The versatile 6-foot-10 big man scored 43 points to help the Pelicans beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 114-100 on Friday night. At 24 years old, he passed David West on the franchise's scoring list and has 8,702 career points.
    5 Feb @ 2AM

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  • Watch Anthony Davis drop 43 on Thunder, get win to end post-Cousins skid

    Anthony Davis scored 43 points and became the Pelicans’ career scoring leader as New Orleans beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 114-100 on Friday night. The 24-year-old Davis passed David West on the franchise list and has 8,702 points. New Orleans had lost two straight since All-Star DeMarcus Cousins was lost for the season with a left Achilles tendon rupture.
    3 Feb @ 11PM

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  • Three Things to Know: Fan goes on court to confront Russell Westbrook

    Every day in the NBA there is a lot to unpack, so every weekday morning throughout the season we will give you the three things you need to know from the last 24 hours in the NBA. 1) Wild ending in Denver: Gary Harris drains game-winner, then fan confronts Westbrook. What we should be talking about is Denver getting its signature win of the season — they outplayed the Oklahoma City Thunder all night, including putting up 72 first-half points.
    2 Feb @ 5PM

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  • Tomas Satoransky's defense against Russell Westbrook shows his potential as John Wall's temporary replacement

    In his first start following the news John Wall will be out up to two months, Satoransky was given what seemed to be an unusually cruel first task, to guard reigning MVP Russell Westbrook just four days after Westbrook cooked the Wizards for a season-high 46 points. Satoransky, though, more than acquitted himself. Last week, Wall was helpless trying to stay in front of Westbrook and it was completely understandable.
    1 Feb @ 5PM

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