Oklahoma City Thunder
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    @TravisSkol: Looks like the fuse on @sportstoons Melo Cannon finally got to the end! #melo #okc #okcthunder #presti #thunder https://t.c

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    @media_mixtape: BREAKING Carmelo Anthony and a 1st round pick will be traded to the Atlanta Hawks for Dennis Shroder and Mike Muscal…

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    @carlberman: #okcthunder will save $73 million on Carmelo Anthony deal. $62 million off their luxury tax and $11 million on difference o…

  • @adriancheddie: The #OKCThunder are quietly having a great offseason. They've resigned Paul George when everyone had him going to the #L…

  • @WWSPOTLIGHT: #OKCThunder trade #CarmeloAnthony to the #AtlantaHawks, #Atlanta doesn't want him so #Carmelo is now a free agent #Worldwi…

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  • Hornets G Monk out 6-8 weeks with broken thumb

    Charlotte Hornets guard Malik Monk is expected to be sidelined for six to eight weeks because of a fractured right thumb, the team announced on Saturday. The 20-year-old Monk, entering his second season after being picked in the first round (No. 11 overall) of the 2017 NBA Draft, was injured during the team's summer league win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday in Las Vegas. Monk scored a team-high 23 points in the Hornets' 88-87 loss, sinking four 3-pointers and 9 of 16 shots overall.
    8 Jul @ 4AM

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  • NBA signings: Lakers announce Rondo, Caldwell-Pope additions

    LeBron James is not officially a Los Angeles Laker yet, but the team did announce deals for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Rajon Rondo on Friday, the first official day free agents are permitted to sign new contracts. "We are excited to bring KCP back," general manager Rob Pelinka said in a statement. Rajon is also respected around the NBA as an extremely hard worker and relentless competitor and that mentality is key to how we want build our roster." --The Charlotte Hornets' trade of center Dwight Howard to the Brooklyn Nets for Timofey Mozgov and two second-round picks was officially completed, Charlotte announced.
    7 Jul @ 8AM

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  • OKC Thunder to move on from Carmelo Anthony, report says

    Carmelo Anthony's time in Oklahoma City appears to be nearing its end, as a new report from ESPN details the Thunder's plans to move on from the 10-time All-Star. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Thunder and Melo's camp will "work together
    7 Jul @ 5AM

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  • Report: Thunder, Carmelo Anthony to part ways this summer

    The Oklahoma City Thunder and Carmelo Anthony will reportedly part ways this summer, likely saving the team over $100 million
    7 Jul @ 4AM

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  • Report: Thunder to re-sign Felton, pass $300M threshold

    The Oklahoma City Thunder are prepared to make history by paying taxes, if not winning titles. On Tuesday, the Thunder passed the $300 million threshold in payroll and taxes by signing veteran guard Raymond Felton to a one-year, $2.4 million deal, according to a report from ESPN. The agreement would increase Oklahoma City's tax penalty to $150 million for 2018-19 if the roster stays intact through the end of the season.
    5 Jul @ 4PM

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  • Report: Thunder to bring back Raymond Felton on one-year deal

    Raymond Felton filled a big need for the Thunder last season. In the couple of seasons before that, when Russell Westbrook wasn’t on the court, Oklahoma City’s second unit was a mess. Felton revived his career and changed that dynamic — he averaged 6.9 points per game and shot 35 percent from three, but it was more about him being a floor general and stabilizing the second unit.
    5 Jul @ 4AM

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  • LeBron James agrees to four-year deal with Lakers

    LeBron James has agreed to a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, according to Klutch Sports Group. The 33-year-old superstar announced via his agency he has agreed to a $154million contract with the Lakers. James will not comment further on his decision to join the Lakers, according to a report from ESPN.
    2 Jul @ 4AM

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  • Paul George re-signing with Thunder has to give Sixers hope for a potential Kawhi Leonard trade

    George reportedly agreed to a four-year, $137 million contract to remain with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The five-time All-Star announced he was staying in OKC on stage during the party with Westbrook by his side. While Brett Brown likely didn't receive an invite, that doesn't mean the Sixers' head coach and interim general manager wasn't also in a celebratory mood.
    1 Jul @ 11PM

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  • Grades: Thunder Retain Paul George Through Team and Culture

    The Oklahoma City Thunder have agreed to sign free agent star Paul George to a four-year, $137 million contract, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Or, more accurately: George, after years of mutual flirtation with the Lakers, has chosen to re-sign in Oklahoma City on a long-term deal without so much as meeting with Los Angeles. Every decision they make takes it into account—from the trade that brought George to Oklahoma City in the first place to the specific decor of the team's practice facility.
    1 Jul @ 11AM

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  • Paul George committing to deal with Thunder gets 2018 NBA Free Agency started

    NBA free agency began at 12:01 a.m Sunday, and it did not take long for the first domino to fall. Paul George, who was linked to a potential super team with LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard in Los Angeles, is reportedly committed to signing a new contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. George made $19.1 million last season, the final year on the 5-year, $91 million deal he signed with the Pacers in 2014.
    1 Jul @ 8AM

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