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Player Grades: The bench

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The Thunder certainly had a season that they can be proud of after the slap in the face that ruined July 4 for Thunder fans everywhere. There are several gaps that need to be filled if this team hopes to compete for a title during the Westbrook era, assuming he signs the “super max” deal this…

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OKC fall late to Portland

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Mar 2, 2017; Portland, OR, USA; Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard (0) and Oklahoma City Thunder forward Taj Gibson (22) scramble for a ball on the floor during the second half of the game at Moda Center. The Blazers won 114-109. Mandatory Credit: Steve Dykes-USA TODAY Sports 45 points from Russell Westbrook wasn’t enough…

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Thunder eye Chicago’s Taj Gibson

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Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Oklahoma City is a usual trade deadline team and it appears this year could be no different than last. ESPN’s Marc Stein is reporting Oklahoma City is eying Chicago Bulls power forward Taj Gibson. Gibson and the Thunder have been linked in the past but no real traction has taken place…

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Thunder acquire Doug McDermott and Taj Gibson for Payne, Morrow, Lauvergne, and pick

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The Thunder and Sam Presti have done it again. Shortly before the trade deadline was reached, Oklahoma City is sending Cameron Payne, Joffrey Lauvergne, and Anthony Morrow to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for a second round draft pick, Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott. Cameron Payne, second year out of Murray State struggled last season…

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Abrines misses Barcelona but OKC appreciates his ability

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports Alex Abrines said over the All-Star break that he missed his former club FC Barcelona, but he’s really happy in Oklahoma City. “I’m really happy in my first year here [in Oklahoma City],” Abrines told Eurohoops.net. The sharp-shooting Spaniard in his first year with the Thunder is averaging 5.4 points on 37.5…

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Thunder Game Day #50: vs. Chicago Bulls

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Oklahoma City Thunder (28-21, 16-6 home) vs. Chicago Bulls (24-25, 9-14 away) Wednesday, Feb. 1 :: 7:00 p.m. CST :: Chesapeake Energy Arena (18,203) vs.  TV: ESPN (206 Directv, 28 Cox, 720 HD , 602 AT&T U-Verse, 140 Dish) TV: FS Oklahoma (DirectTV 676-5, Cox 37, HD 722, Tulsa Cox 27, U-Verse 751/1751 HD) Online Stream: here. Radio: WWLS Sports…

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Thunder end road trip with loss in San Antonio

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Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports Quite possibly the most challenging month in the history of the Oklahoma City Thunder finally came to an end Tuesday night in San Antonio as the Thunder fell short to the Gregg Popovich-lead Spurs 108-94. Tuesday night’s game was much like a roller coaster ride, with many ups and downs intertwined…

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Thunder Digits: Thunder wallop Bulls

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Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images While you were all watching the national championship, the Oklahoma City Thunder were busy taking care of business in Chicago. Oklahoma City beat the Chicago Bulls 109-94 on Monday night. Chicago never got within 10 in the second half as Oklahoma City were in complete control. 30 Oklahoma City had a season…

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Thunder tame the Bulls 109-94

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Caylor Arnold-USA TODAY Sports It what was maybe the most complete game of the season, Oklahoma City thumped the Chicago Bulls 109-94 on Monday night. The Thunder improved to 23-16 on the season and grabbed their first road win in a tough January slate. We certainly have a long stretch ahead of this month,” Thunder…

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Thunder Game Day #39: at Chicago Bulls

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Oklahoma City Thunder (22-16, 8-10 away) vs. Chicago Bulls (19-18, 12-7 home) Monday, Jan. 9 :: 7:00 p.m. CST :: United Center (20,500) vs.  TV: FS Oklahoma (DirectTV 676-5, Cox 37, HD 722, Tulsa Cox 27, U-Verse 751/1751 HD) Online Stream: here. Radio: WWLS Sports Animal 98.1 FM/640AM/97.1 Tulsa View from the enemy: Here. Line: Oklahoma City is a 1½-point…

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The Windy City Meltdown

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I love how before the game they are so puffed up and so sure their team is going to blow the Thunder out and feel that their players are all better than the Thunder players.  Then as they get owned suddenly their players all stink and the excuses start.  The refs were against them.  Rose…

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The Crushing of the Bulls

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In a possible NBA Finals preview, the Oklahoma City Thunder led wire-to-wire against the team with the best record in the NBA, Chicago Bulls 92-78. The Thunder led by Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook who combined for 53 points in a game where Oklahoma City led by as much as 30 in the fourth quater.…

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Game Day #52: Bulls at Thunder

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Chicago Bulls (42-11, 21-6 road) at Oklahoma City Thunder (39-12, 22-4 Home)  vs.  Where: The ‘Peake! When: 12:00 p.m. TV: TNT (5 DirecTV, 8 Cox, 5 AT&T U-Verse, 5 Dish) Online Stream: Here. Radio: WWLS Sports Animal 98.1 FM/640AM/97.1 Tulsa View from the Enemy: Here. Projected Lineups: Thunder Bulls PG Russell Westbrook C.J. Watson SG Thabo Sefolosha Ronnie Brewer SF…

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