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Oklahoma City Thunder fan nails a half-court shot, winning $20,000 for his wife’s cancer fight (VIDEO)Updated Mar 6 Share Tweet
This video combines so many elements of my favorite things — perfect form on a jump shot, cheerleaders and mascots going batty, bearded dudes going bananas, one giant novelty check, a Blur song, and a husband doing something amazing for his wife. It’s
TNT remarks from Thunder-Lakers gameUpdated Mar 6 Share TweetTNT analysts Kenny Smith, left, and Charles Barkley. Selected comments from Tuesday night’s TNT coverage of the Thunder’s 122-105 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers at Chesapeake Energy Arena: Charles Barkley on whether he has changed his opinion aboSource: newsok.comShare TweetTime for another starting five, coming off of a huge blowout win over the Los Angeles Lakers, 122-105. 1. Before their clash with the Thunder last night, a few Lakers players pointed out that Oklahoma City was the toughest arena to play in. Period. The …
The Los Angeles Clippers: Contender Or Pretender?Updated Mar 6 Share TweetThe NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. The Heat, Thunder and Spurs have all e…Source: dimemag.comShare TweetRussell Westbrook was an animal last night against the Los Angeles Lakers, rampaging his way to 37 points and 10 rebounds in the Oklahoma City victory. Whereas other scoring displays we’ve seen in recent weeks have been built on the back of finesse andSource: dimemag.comShare TweetTuesday was a tough night for Kobe Bryant. The Black Mamba hurt his right elbow to the point where he often used his left hand for nearly the entirety of a possession. (He still finished with a team-high 30, though, because he's Kobe Bryant, so of cours…
The Oklahoma City Thunder tie the NBA record for fewest turnovers, with twoUpdated Mar 6 Share TweetBy any available metric, the Oklahoma City Thunder have one of the best offenses in the NBA. They score 110.4 points per 100 possessions (2nd, only 0.1 points off the Miami Heat), shoot 48.3 percent from the field (3rd), hit 39.1 percent of their three-…
Thunder nearly flawless in dropping Lakers below .500Updated Mar 6 Share TweetThunder nearly flawless in dropping Lakers below .500Source: CNNSI.com
Crashing The GlassMar 6Is it more valuable to get back on defense, or crash the offensive glass? New research shows a little more crashing could help.
Ian Thomsen: Ranking the 10 most powerful people in the NBAMar 6SI ranked the 50 most powerful people in sports. Who are the 10 most powerful in just the NBA? Here's my list: