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Starting Five, 5.6.13

Starting Five, 5.6.13

thunderobsessed.com Updated May 6, 2013
Sunday through Wednesday, Scott Brooks’ Tie brings you links to stories on your Oklahoma City Thunder, as well as his two cents on the matters at hand. Big Game 1 in Oklahoma City ended with the Thunder on the high side over the Memphis Grizzlies. Not a
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  • Thunder's Fisher hit with $5,000 fine for flop

    Thunder's Fisher hit with $5,000 fine for flop

    ESPN.com CNNSI.com May 6, 2013
    Oklahoma City's Derek Fisher was fined $5,000 by the NBA on Monday for flopping in Game 5 of the Thunder's first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets.
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  • Is Kendrick Perkins undervalued?

    Is Kendrick Perkins undervalued?

    newsok.com May 6, 2013
    Darnell Mayberry[img]2045859[/img] Kendrick Perkins might be the most unappreciated player on the Thunder, maybe even the most unappreciated player in the league at his position. His numbers don’t jump out at you on the stat sheet.Read more on NewsOK.co
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  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Analyzing Game 1

    Oklahoma City Thunder: Analyzing Game 1

    newsok.com May 6, 2013
    Berry Tramel[img]2045615[/img] Kevin Durant’s go-ahead jumper with 11.1 seconds left was not the Thunder’s most impressive play in a 93-91 victory over Memphis in Game 1 Sunday. This was.Read more on NewsOK.com
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  • Video - Grizzlies-Thunder Game 2 Preview 05:09

    Grizzlies-Thunder Game 2 Preview

    May 6
    Kurt Rambis looks ahead to the Grizzlies at the Thunder on Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. ET.
  • Video - Is LeBron James Underexposed? 08:43

    Is LeBron James Underexposed?

    May 6
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Magic Johnson's comment that LeBron James needs more endorsements.

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  • Sacramento group makes crucial concession to keep Kings - sources

    May 6
    The Kings' would-be new owners made a key but costly concession last week ahead of a relocation vote by NBA owners that may have been a deciding factor in keeping the team from moving to Seattle.