This is the May 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Thunder rumors and news.
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SEATTLE (AP) -- Inside the small club on Seattle's Capitol Hill late Monday night, the chant would not be contained by the walls, drifting out onto the street with every urging scream from the performers on stage.Share Tweet
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. Keeping it positive today… you guys probably need it. PG. How about hilarious? Remember how Lil’Share Tweet
An Open Letter to Russell WestbrookRussell, I sheepishly looked around the room as the final moments of overtime ticked off the clock last night, collapsed into the couch and wondered how we ended up here. As I continued shaking my head in disbelief, I rubbed my eyes to make sure I was s…Share Tweet
Oklahoma City Thunder: Analyzing Game 4newsok.com May 14, 2013Berry Tramel[img]2054059[/img] The Thunder is one loss away from season’s end.Read more on NewsOK.comShare Tweet
Memphis battens the hatches, shuts down Kevin Durant on its way to a 3-1 series leadyahoo.com May 14, 2013“Team without its second-best player loses close game to a very good team while playing on the road. Film at 11.”If the Houston Rockets’ surprisingly competitive first-round turn against the Oklahoma City Thunder wasn’t convincing enough, then theShare Tweet
Thunder Crumble, Drop Game Four 103-97 in OTAs the Thunder came in to Game 4, there was a “must win” attitude surrounding the event. Trailing Memphis 2-1 in an already emotional series, Oklahoma City wanted nothing more than to steal a game on Memphis’ home court and head back to OKC tied up.Share Tweet
Rapid reaction: Thunder falls again in Memphisnewsok.com May 14, 2013Anthony Slater [img]2052911[/img] Turning point Tony Allen and Zach Randolph opened overtime with a pair of buckets, Randolph’s off a loose ball scramble, to give Memphis its biggest lead of the game to that moment.Read more on NewsOK.comShare Tweet
Grizzlies outlast Thunder in OT for 3-1 leadESPN.com May 14, 2013Tony Allen scored on a driving layup to open overtime and the Memphis Grizzlies held off the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-97 Monday night to push the defending Western Conference champions to the edge of elimination.Share Tweet
How Can The Thunder Win Game 5?May 14Jon Barry breaks down what the Thunder need to do in order to push the series to a sixth game.
Ian Thomsen: Pacers' depth of options leave Knicks guessing wrong againMay 14INDIANAPOLIS -- It's late in the day for this kind of talk. "At this point I'm reaching," admitted coach Mike Woodson. "Trying to find combinations that will work."
Windhorst: Paul George does it all for Pacers in Game 4 win over KnicksMay 15Paul George's defense has stifled Carmelo Anthony and helped give the Pacers a 3-1 series lead, Brian Windhorst writes.
2013 NBA playoffs: Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs Game 5 previewMay 14Who has the upper hand in the Warriors-Spurs series now?