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4-on-4: Okay, OKC is pretty darn goodUpdated Jan 21 Share Tweet
We’re 41 games through the season. Have we met expectations? Are we the front runners? Are we contenders or pretenders? Two ThunderObsessed writers, a fan, and Scott Brook’s tie all discuss this: Are The Thunder where you expected them to be halfway t
Durant, Boozer named Players of the WeekUpdated Jan 21 Share TweetThe Chicago Bulls' Carlos Boozer and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant today were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Jan. 14 through Sunday, Jan. 20.Source: nba.com
Best N.B.A. Games of the WeekUpdated Jan 21 Share TweetThe best N.B.A. games of the week put Minnesota against Atlanta, the Knicks against the Nets and Oklahoma City against the Clippers.Source: nytimes.com
Oklahoma City Thunder: Durant, Westbrook dominating the ballUpdated Jan 21 Share TweetKevin Durant and Russell Westbrook dominate the ball for the Thunder. Generally, that’s a good thing. But sometimes, it backfires, like the Thunder’s 121-118 overtime loss to the Nuggets on Sunday night. Durant did not shoot well or play well. WestbroSource: newsok.com
Russell Westbrook blocks the Denver Nuggets mascot’s halfcourt shots, denies fans a cheesy treat (VIDEO)Updated Jan 21 Share TweetHe isn’t reviled, Russell Westbrook hasn’t done anything on or off the court that would deserve that sort of condemnation, but the Oklahoma City Thunder point guard has long been a thorn in the side of a great many NBA fans. Whether they think he doesShare TweetObservations from the Thunder’s 121-118 overtime loss Sunday night against the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center: There are plenty of reasons why the Thunder lost this one: A lack of energy early; 24 turnovers resulting in 31 Denver points; getting outSource: newsok.com
TrueHoop TV: Kenneth FariedJan 21Nuggets big man Kenneth Faried talks about his big night against OKC, his awesome nickname and the prospect of being an All-Star.
Daily Dime: Nets 11-2 under P.J.Jan 21Since P.J. Carlesimo took over, the Nets have elevated their game, Brian Windhorst writes.
Ian Thomsen: Return of Sonics good news for everyone -- except SacramentoJan 21Within a year the Seattle SuperSonics will be back home in Key Arena, their team president may be Phil Jackson or some other heavy hitter and who knows where DeMarcus Cousins will be playing. And one more thing: The abandoned city of Sacramento will be …
NBA - Los Angeles Clippers offseason paying offJan 21A series of small-print moves has helped boost the Clippers to elite status in the 2012-13 season.