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Reggie Jackson has averaged 6.9 points on 50.9 percent shooting, with 1.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 0.6 turnovers in the 10 games since the Thunder traded Eric Maynor to Portland. In the 29 games Jackson from the time he was handed the primary backup po…Share Tweet
Tracking This Year’s NBA Draft: The 5 Best Fits For OKCdimemag.com Mar 13, 2013Each Wednesday, we’ll be assessing how the top prospects of the 2013 NBA Draft are faring in college and overseas. Stick with us each week for assorted thoughts, including the biggest risers and fallers, the standouts, the sleepers and what we know andShare Tweet
The Indiana Pacers: Contender Or Pretender?dimemag.com Mar 13, 2013The 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…Share Tweet
Scott Brooks Talking Shot Distributionnewsok.com Mar 13, 2013The final box score Monday night ended up being an eyesore and not just because of the final score. Once again, Russell Westbrook had taken more shots than Kevin Durant. Much more. This time, even the biggest Westbrook supporters couldn’t justify what tShare Tweet
Another national writer is impressed by the Chesapeake Energy Arena environmentnewsok.com Mar 13, 2013The Peake is widely considered one of the NBA’s best environments. / Photo by Bryan Terry By Anthony Slater — - @anthonyVslater Steady points from Kevin Durant, constant energy from Russell Westbrook and a full house at Chesapeake Energy Arena. ThoseShare Tweet
Durant Sits Down With MagicMar 13Kevin Durant sits down with Magic Johnson to talk about patterning his game after Larry Bird, sharing success with Russell Westbrook and playing under Scott Brooks.
Thunder Blow Out Jazz 110-87Mar 13Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combine to score 42 points in Thunder's win.
Best Duos In NBAMar 13Magic Johnson, Michael Wilbon and Jalen Rose weigh in on the best duos in the NBA.