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  • Paul George says he talked to Nike about his shoes after Zion Williamson injury

    The basketball community lost its collective mind on Wednesday night when Duke Blue Devils star Zion Williamson was injured after blowing out a pair of Nike basketball shoes in a rivalry game against the University of North Carolina. Williamson's injury was such that shares of Nike actually fell come Thursday. Of course Williamson was wearing Paul George's signature shoe when he experienced the blowout, which apparently prompted the Oklahoma City Thunder star to contact Nike about it.
    22 Feb @ 4AM

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  • Anthony Davis reportedly expected to play in NBA All-Star Game

    New Orleans Pelicans center Anthony Davis is expected to play in Sunday's NBA All-Star Game, The New York Times reports. Davis suffered a shoulder injury Thursday in New Orleans' win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, and his status for Sunday was unclear.
    19 Feb @ 5PM

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  • Russell Westbrook does not seem eager about playing with All-Star teammate Joel Embiid

    Russell Westbrook's beef with Joel Embiid might extend into Sunday's NBA All-Star game, when the two will play on Team Giannis.
    17 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Westbrook extends triple-double streak in Thunder's loss to Pelicans

    Russell Westbrook was good but the Oklahoma City Thunder fell to the New Orleans Pelicans 131-122 in the NBA on Thursday. Westbrook scored a season-high 44 points on 18-of-30 shooting while adding 14 rebounds and 11 assists in his NBA-record 11th straight triple-double. The Thunder, though, trailed by three points at the half and did not come out of the locker room very well as New Orleans opened up a 12-point lead going into the fourth quarter.
    16 Feb @ 11PM

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  • Russell Westbrook passed Gary Payton to become Thunder's all-time scoring leader

    Westbrook dropped a season-high 44 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists in the Oklahoma City Thunder's 131-122 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans at the Smoothie King Center, which made him the all-time leading scorer in Thunder/Seattle SuperSonics history. His 40-point triple-double on Thursday was the 12th of his career, too. He's now tied with James Harden for the second-most in NBA history.
    16 Feb @ 2AM

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  • Pelicans lose Davis, beat Thunder 131-122

    Julius Randle capped a 33-point, 11-rebound performance with three clutch baskets in the final minutes, and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 131-122 on Thursday night despite losing All-Star Anthony Davis to a shoulder injury after the first half. Davis was in the game when the first half ended, but kept his left arm still as he walked to the locker room shortly after fouling Nerlens Noel on an attempted shot block with his left hand in the final second of the second quarter. When the second half began, the Pelicans announced that Davis was out of the remainder of the game with a left shoulder injury, putting his availability for this weekend's All-Star Game in doubt.
    15 Feb @ 5PM

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  • Anthony Davis left Pelicans' game against Thunder with shoulder injury

    New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis injured his left shoulder on Thursday night in their 131-122 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Smoothie King Center. Davis, while attempting to go up for a block late in the second quarter, appeared to injure his shoulder on the way down. As he left the floor, Davis was seen favoring his left shoulder and holding it still as he walked to the tunnel.
    15 Feb @ 4AM

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  • The Thunder Are Paul George's Team Now

    Since Jan. 17, George has logged 41.9 points, 9.3 rebounds and 5.8 assists per 100 possessions on 67.9 true shooting, boasting better assist-to-turnover and steals rates than Durant had in 2013-14.3 There's obviously an enormous difference between playing as hot as George has for a month and doing so for an entire season. Still, his transformation could end up being noteworthy for one key reason: It's the closest thing we've seen to a changing of the guard on the Thunder since Westbrook took over after Durant's departure. For years, Westbrook critics have suggested that he'd give his teams a better chance to win by taking a step back.
    15 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Russell Westbrook's triple-double streak by the numbers

    To understate the case, Russell Westbrook is on a roll. The Oklahoma City Thunder guard recorded his 10th consecutive triple-double on Monday, surpassing Hall of Famer and NBA-redefiner Wilt Chamberlain's record of nine straight, set in 1968. Here's a look at Westbrook's streak with help from Opta.
    15 Feb @ 1AM

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  • Trail Blazers search for playing rotation in loss to Thunder

    As the Trail Blazers dropped a not-as-close-as-it-sounds 120-111 decision to the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday, that would be a reasonable question. Portland needs to find a playing rotation and maybe even a new starting lineup. Coach Terry Stotts used 11 players in meaningful minutes and seemed to be throwing lineups at the wall to see what was going to stick.
    14 Feb @ 3AM

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