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Rapid reaction: Oklahoma City beats the Pacers 97-75 for impressive road win Updated Apr 5, 2013
Russell Westbrook had nine assists on Friday. / AP photo By Anthony Slater — - @anthonyVslater The Thunder stormed past Indiana 97-75 on Friday night. Here’s some rapid reaction: Turning point Scott Brooks said “sleep is overrated” before the game
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  • Seed Watch 2013: San Antonio Spurs vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

    Including Friday night, there are 13 days left in the NBA’s regular season. There are pitched battles for significant seeds taking place in both conferences — mainly the Eastern one — but we don’t really care about the Eastern Conference, because
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  • ESPN interviewer opens impenetrable Westbrook vault Apr 5, 2013
    ESPN interviewer opens impenetrable Westbrook vault
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  • Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook Rip Up a Rival; The Denver Nuggets Suffer a Potentially Disastrous Injury Apr 5, 2013
    If last night’s Thunder/Spurs game was a preview of the Western Conference Finals, we’d be more than ok with it. The Manu-less Spurs made the trip to OKC and fought valiantly, but still got a whole facefull of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant bucket
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  • Go Fish! Thunder Draw Victory over Spurs 100-88

    Tonight, Derek Fisher finally stepped up. He drained four first half three-pointers to help the Oklahoma City Thunder gain a huge first half advantage. Fisher dropped 17 points in the Oklahoma City’s 100-88 win over the San Antonio Spurs. It moved the T
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  • Video - Title Or Scoring Title? 02:37

    Title Or Scoring Title?

    Apr 5
    Daily Thunder's Royce Young on Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony and balancing the urges to win the scoring title, and win games.
  • Video - Thunder Rout Pacers 97-75 01:08

    Thunder Rout Pacers 97-75

    Apr 5
    Kevin Durant shakes off injury to lead Thunder past Pacers.