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  • Watch Russell Westbrook's Adorable Son Show Off His Moves on the Court

    Noah Westbrook, son of NBA superstar Russell, joined his father on the home court of the Oklahoma City Thunder for a pregame shootaround yesterday. Noah didn't run particularly fast or dunk, but, given the fact that he's only a year old, we're not quite ready to downgrade him in our 2037 mock fantasy basketball draft. A video posted to the Thunder Twitter account shows the Russell dribbling down the floor of the Chesapeake Energy Arena as Noah, pumping his legs as quickly as possible, tries to keep up.
    20 Jan @ 6AM

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  • Embiid's back barking as 76ers clash with Thunder

    Philadelphia 76ers' center Joel Embiid said earlier in the week he was excited for a stretch in which his team will play 12 of 13 games against teams with a winning record. Now that he's in the middle of it, Embiid isn't about to miss time unless he absolutely has to. Embiid's health is a concern entering Saturday's home game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
    19 Jan @ 2AM

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  • Young wins point guard battle, Hawks top Thunder 142-126

    Just when it seemed Dennis Schroder would enjoy a triumphant return to Atlanta, his successor as the Hawks' starting point guard had a winning answer. Trae Young had 24 points and 11 assists to win the showdown of current and past Atlanta point guards, leading the Hawks over the Oklahoma City Thunder 142-126 on Tuesday night. 'Tonight the shots just kept falling,' said Young, who had four 3-pointers.
    17 Jan @ 8AM

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  • James misses Lakers road trip, to return to practice next week

    LeBron James will miss at least two more games as he recovers from a groin injury but has been cleared to resume practice next week, the Los Angeles Lakers said Wednesday. James has not played for the Lakers since limping out of his team's Christmas Day victory over the Golden State Warriors last month at the Staples Center. Since then the Lakers' form has nosedived, with the Western Conference hopefuls losing seven out of 11 games where James has been unavailable for selection.
    16 Jan @ 11PM

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  • Westbrook, Schroder lead Thunder past Spurs, 122-112

    Dennis Schroder broke out of his slump in a major way. The reserve point guard scored all of his 19 points in the second half to help the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the San Antonio Spurs 122-112 on Saturday night. Schroder entered the night shooting just 32 percent from the field in 2019 and averaging just 10.4 points, dropping his overall average to just over 15 per game.
    13 Jan @ 11AM

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  • Oklahoma City Thunder go with unexpected choice for team's first ever retired number

    Now a full decade into their tenure in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City Thunder are now getting old enough to have players spend enough time on the team to have their numbers hung up in the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The Thunder announced the first such player on Saturday, and the choice might have raised a few eyebrows. That player is longtime Thunder/SuperSonics power forward Nick Collison, who spent his entire 14-season career with the franchise until his retirement in 2018.
    13 Jan @ 4AM

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  • Thunder to retire Collison's number

    The Oklahoma City Thunder announced Saturday that they will retire the number of Nick Collison on March 20, the first number ever to be retired by the club. Collison retired after the 2017-18 season, having spent all 15 of his pro seasons with the Thunder franchise, including four playing seasons with the Seattle SuperSonics before the franchise moved to Oklahoma City for the 2008-09 season. He retired as one of Oklahoma City's leaders in games played (second, 602), assists (fourth, 638), blocks (fourth, 258), rebounds (fifth, 2,561), steals (sixth, 296) and points (sixth, 2,846).
    13 Jan @ 2AM

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  • Aldridge scores 56, Spurs outlast Thunder 154-147 in 2OT

    The Spurs started hotter than ever from 3-point range Thursday night. When that wasn't enough to put away the Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio got the extra push it needed from its big man in the middle. LaMarcus Aldridge scored a career-high 56 points and the Spurs overcame Russell Westbrook's triple-double to outlast the Oklahoma City Thunder 154-147 in double-overtime.
    12 Jan @ 3AM

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  • Aldridge scores 56, Spurs outlast Thunder 154-147 in 2OT

    Aldridge had seven points in the second overtime and White added four points, a steal and a critical block of Jerami Grant at the rim with San Antonio up 148-144 with less than two minutes remaining. White finished with 23 points and Marco Belinelli made all five of his 3-point attempts while scoring 19 points for the Spurs, who have won seven straight at home. He's been a beast all year long,' San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said of Aldridge.
    11 Jan @ 11PM

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  • Wolves' Andrew Wiggins tries to clarify postgame comments

    Saying he respects the gay and lesbian community, Minnesota forward Andrew Wiggins tried Wednesday to clarify comments he made about Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder's behavior during a heated game. Thunder center Nerlens Noel was taken off the court on a stretcher in the third quarter after Wiggins collided with Noel on a dunk attempt Tuesday night. Schroder, unhappy about the play and other incidents, eventually was given a technical foul for an altercation with Timberwolves guard Jeff Teague.
    11 Jan @ 4PM

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