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Playoff Edition! Rockets Meltdown of eliminationUpdated May 4 Share Tweet
Good win for the Thunder. Most Rockets fans still found ways to blame it on the refs even though the Rockets took 31 free throws to 16 for the Thunder. Strange way for the refs to give the game to the Thunder. Guess it was the refs that made them miss 1…
Share TweetThe Oklahoma City Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies are ready to rumble again.Source: nba.com
Updated Second Round ScheduleUpdated May 4 Share TweetDarnell Mayberry The opening game of the Western Conference semifinal between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Memphis Grizzles will begin at noon Sunday inside Chesapeake Energy Arena. Game 2 will be played Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.Read more on NewsOK.com
Kendrick Perkins celebrated the Thunder’s Game 6 win with pushups at the airport, as you doUpdated May 4 Share TweetNoted hard-screen enthusiast Kendrick Perkins opened the Oklahoma City Thunder's Game 6 visit to Toyota Center on Friday by getting all up in the grill of Houston Rockets wing Francisco Garcia, who'd spent most of Games 3 through 5 hustling to make life…Source: yahoo.com
Five Thoughts From Game 6Updated May 4 Share TweetDarnell MayberryA few thoughts about the Thunder’s series-clinching win at Houston in Game 6. Scott Brooks is not a robot.Read more on NewsOK.com
Martin, Fisher come to Thunder's rescue, oust RocketsUpdated May 4 Share TweetMartin, Fisher come to Thunder's rescue, oust RocketsSource: CNNSI.com
OKC-YA! Thunder advance to Western Semi’s with series winUpdated May 4 Share TweetIt wasn’t easy, but the Oklahoma City Thunder found a way to eliminate James Harden and the Houston Rockets in the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs. Kevin Durant dropped 27 points, 18 in the second half, as Oklahoma City won 103-94. Even though DuraSource: thunderobsessed.comShare TweetAnthony Slater[img]2044312[/img] Turning point After another brutal start to the third quarter (18-4 Houston, even with Perkins sitting), Scott Brooks went to his bench crew.Read more on NewsOK.comShare TweetKevin Durant scored 27 points and Kevin Martin added 25 to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 103-94 victory over the Houston Rockets on Friday night, sending them to the second round of the playoffs for the third straight season.Source: ESPN.com
San Antonio Spurs vs. Golden State Warriors previewMay 4Our 5-on-5 panel breaks down the Western Conference semifinals matchup between the Spurs and Warriors.
Ian Thomsen: In defeat, Kevin Garnett and Celtics show resilience to the e…May 4BOSTON -- The Knicks won the series, but they lost the war. They were on top Friday at the final buzzer, 88-80, to move on to the second round after six revealing games. But they weren't going to receive the credit for putting an end to the Celtics' run…
Lee Jenkins: Clippers' first-round loss opens door to uncertain future for…May 4Some NBA rules are widely acknowledged but rarely enforced, and one of them has to do with where perimeter players can stand during free throws. Unless positioned along the key, they are supposed to remain beyond the three-point line, yet many keep at l…