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By Anthony Slater — - @anthonyVslater Backed by strong performances from the stars, Oklahoma City smoked Portland 106-92 in the home opener on Friday night. Here’s some rapid reaction: It was over when… …Oklahoma City lost the season opener in heShare Tweet
Oklahoma City-Portland pregame: Three things to watchOklahoma City faces Portland in the home opener Friday night / Steve Dykes-US PRESSWIRE Three OKC things to watch 1. Westbrook’s bounceback - The confident but streaky guard was off last night. No doubt about that. He went 6/21 shooting, committed sixShare Tweet
Portland gets up-close look at Harden tradePortland coach and former Oklahoma standout Terry Stotts The Portland Trail Blazers will get an up-close look at the ramifications surrounding the OKC-Houston trade. After playing the Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena tonight at 7, the Blazers face the…Share Tweetdimemag.com Nov 2, 2012The 2012-13 NBA regular season is finally upon us. For fans, this means it’s time to re-up on your team’s merchandise. Anyone can go to the nearest sporting goods store and pick up a brand new jersey or hat, but what about the unique collectibles thatShare Tweetthunderobsessed.com Nov 2, 2012After last night’s loss to the Spurs, I was frustrated, yet optimistic on this season. I sat up until 3am thinking and talking Thunder basketball with my followers, while researching this team. A few things came to mind and I’d like to make some BolShare Tweet
TNT crew speaks out on the ThunderWhile Charles Barkley believes the Thunder is still the team to beat in the Western Conference after trading James Harden to Houston, his fellow TNT analysts aren’t so sure after watching Thursday night’s last-second 86-84 season-opening loss at SShare Tweet
Behind the Box Score, where the San Antonio Spurs are exactly where you left themyahoo.com Nov 2, 2012San Antonio Spurs 86, Oklahoma City Thunder 84 We're all very excited about the return of actual NBA games that count, so incredibly chuffed to see Tim Duncan and Kevin Durant bounding about our TV screens, and happy that we can return to enjoying what …Share Tweet
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich still isn’t ‘happy’ about between-quarter interviews (VIDEO)yahoo.com Nov 2, 2012Like most people who follow the NBA, I've got a ton of respect for David Aldridge. But when I saw the former Washington Post, ESPN and Philadelphia Inquirer scribe manning the AT&T Center's sidelines for Thursday night's matchup between the Oklahoma…Share Tweet
The Peake is at its peakThere have been many victories the past four NBA seasons, but the most favorable score in the history of Chesapeake Energy Arena no doubt was 62-38. When city voters approved a 1-cent sales tax extension on March 4, 2008, the Seattle SuperSonics took on…Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 2, 2012Can Oklahoma City return to the NBA Finals without James Harden? The first impressions weren't promising, as Harden scored 37 to win his debut with the Rockets and the Thunder were ineffective offensively during their 86-84 loss Thursday at San Antonio.Share TweetWith less than 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's marquee (well, only) contest, a Western Conference finals rematch with the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker hit an unlikely 3-pointer while…Share TweetBy Anthony Slater — - @anthonyVslater Oklahoma City dropped its season opener on Thursday night, losing 86-84 in San Antonio. Here’s some rapid reaction: Turning point Tony Parker drilled a corner three with 28 seconds left, tying the game and foreshShare Tweet
Harden Drops 45Nov 2James Harden scores a career-high 45 in Rockets' 109-102 win over Hawks.
Westbrook Drops 32 Points On BlazersNov 2Russell Westbrook's 32 points lead Thunder to win over Trail Blazers.
THTV: Thunder Miss HardenNov 2TrueHoop's Henry Abbott with Daily Thunder's Royce Young on the loss of James Harden, whether the Thunder are better now, and if they still can return to the NBA Finals.
Confident Thunder Will Reach NBA Finals?Nov 2Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless discuss Thunder's season-opening loss to the Spurs.