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Thunder survive Smith's 36 to edge Knicks

Thunder survive Smith's 36 to edge Knicks

Kevin Durant had 34 points, including the go-ahead free throws with 1:38 left, and the Oklahoma City Thunder pulled out a 95-94 victory over the New York Knicks on Thursday night.
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  • With a Push From Bryant, the Lakers Surge

    With a Push From Bryant, the Lakers Surge

    nytimes.com Mar 7, 2013
    Kobe Bryant and the Lakers have been riding a hot streak that has brought them within sight of the Western Conference's eighth and final playoff spot.
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  • Daily Starting Five, Thursday 3.7.13

    Daily Starting Five, Thursday 3.7.13

    thunderobsessed.com Mar 7, 2013
    Quickly headed for the weekend, the Thunder take a trip to the Big Apple and Madison Square Garden. Here’s what else is going on for the Thunder. 1. A lot of you probably remember Thunder Alley, and probably remember how short lived it was due to the un
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  • Video - Thunder Fight Off Carmelo-Less Knicks 01:27

    Thunder Fight Off Carmelo-Less Knicks

    Mar 7
    With Carmelo Anthony nursing a knee injury, J.R. Smith's 36 points off the bench were not enough as the Knicks came up short against the Thunder 95-94.

Sports Columnists

  • Weekend Dime: What The Scouts Are Saying

    Mar 7
    Daily Dime
  • Source -- Cleveland Cavaliers have no plans to sit Kyrie Irving

    Mar 7
    The Cavaliers are always careful with young franchise player Kyrie Irving but the latest concern over a lingering knee injury may be more false alarm than fact.
  • Ian Thomsen: Questions remain, but Lakers always know they can count on Ko…

    Mar 7
    NEW ORLEANS -- Kobe Bryant's shooting elbow had been injured Tuesday night in a loss at Oklahoma City. When Mike D'Antoni sought him out the next day, Bryant's answer was abrupt and soothing.
  • The Sports Guy: GM-apalooza

    Mar 7
    It didn't get much attention, but Bill Simmons moderated the first-annual Atrocious GM Summit.