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Roberson inks deal, stays with OKC

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Andre Roberson is back. The 2nd Team All-Defensive NBA wing signed a three-year, $30 million deal to stay with Oklahoma City. Before the season, he was offered a four-year, $48 million offer sheet. He will miss out on about $2 million a season with this contract. The Thunder have their starting five. Russell Westbrook, Roberson,…

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Thunder trade for Paul George

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The Oklahoma City Thunder made a blockbuster trade on Friday night. The Thunder traded Victor Oladipo and Domas Sabonis to the Indiana Pacers for Paul George. Oklahoma City’s odds to win the 2017-18 NBA title went from 60-1 to 40-1, according to the Westgate Las Vegas. Paul George told the Pacers only a week or…

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Taylor Swift lies in congratulating Westbrook in his MVP

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Russell Westbrook won the 2016-17 NBA MVP on Monday night. Then, out of no where, the Thunder posted a video of Taylor Swift, of all people, congratulating the Brodie for winning the elusive award. You may remember back in the day, Russ was on vine and Instagram, singing some Taylor Swift. T SWIFT …WAS ROCKINNNN…

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Draft Prospectus: Derrick White

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With only a few days to go until the NBA Draft, we’re going to break down a few mock draft selections for the Thunder. We’ve already done six, Semi Ojeleye, Luke Kinnard, Terrance Ferguson, Harry Giles, Justin Jackson, OG Anunoby, Jawun Evans, and TJ Leaf.We’re going to break down a couple more. Stay with us as the NBA…

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The Offseason: The remains

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We’re about to venture into a multi-part series into the Oklahoma City Thunder’s off-season situation. Today we’re going to break down the remaining roster players that are signed for next season. RUSSELL WESTBROOK The MVP leader is at least signed onto next season. Though he can sign the biggest contract in NBA History on July,…

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Steven Adams is still the great Kiwi

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Basketball has become of of the fastest growing sports in New Zealand, thanks to Thunder center Steven Adams. Adams, who’s only 23, will head home this offseason and continue to host his basketball camps. The basketball camps have become so popular there’s not enough room for everyone who wants to go to him. The Kiwi’s…

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Nick Collison not ready to call quits just yet

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Nick Collison, a 12-year veteran and Oklahoma City Thunder lifer, made it clear in his exit interview he’s not quite done playing just yet. “I plan to play for sure, I didn’t know how I would feel at the end of year, but I still enjoy playing,” Collison said. “I enjoy being around the group…

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Westbrook excited about the future

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Russell Westbrook sat at the podium in the Integris Thunder Development Center wearing an all-black Air Jordan outfit. Atop his head, he wore a black bucket hat with cut-out labels reading “Why” “Not” and “Why not?” spread over it. “Why not” has been the theme for Westbrook his entire life. But it has taken on…

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Playoff Thunder digits: Oklahoma City loses another nail-biter in Game 4

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The Oklahoma City Thunder lost a tough one at home in Game 4 against the Houston Rockets, making the series 3-1 in Houston’s favor. It was a back and forth battle in the fourth quarter with the Rockets prevailing after a wacky ending. Here are some interesting numbers from today’s game: 14 Oklahoma City was…

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Rockets Playoff Game 3 Meltdown!

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The Rockets lost the game and their fans lost it. This is an old fashion meltdown. For the new visitors to a meltdown. We scour the internet for the best Rocket fan comments. I post them chronologically and some are funny, some are disturbing, some are downright weird. I do my best to censor out…

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Westbrook’s postgame comments provides insight

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Russell Westbrook may take 43 shots but the man will also take the blame when the Thunder lose. Despite scoring an NBA playoff record 51 points, 13 assists, and 10 rebounds, the MVP candidate admitted he needed to do a better job in involving his teammates late. “I have to do better job of finding…

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Thunder fall in Game 2

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Russell Westbrook scored the NBA’s first 50-point triple-double but it wasn’t enough as the Thunder fell to the Houston Rockets 115-111. Oklahoma City trails the Rockets 2-0 in the best of seven series. “I don’t think we really had enough ball movement,” Thunder Head Coach Billy Donovan said. That’s the story of the fourth quarter…

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Five thoughts over Thunder’s game 1 loss

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The Oklahoma City Thunder were absolutely obliterated by the Houston Rockets on the road in game 1 of the first round of the Western Conference playoffs, 118-87. Oklahoma City hung around in the first half, but were outscored by 29 in the second half. Here are my five thoughts from a disappointing Thunder performance. Too…

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Oklahoma City youngest team in the playoffs

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The Oklahoma City Thunder’s front office goal has always to continue to build around their core players, and to never get too comfortable. One of the main things Presti has always seemed to do is keep the team young and with players that are still developing their game or on the cusp of their best…

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Nuggets Meltdown! 4-9-17

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Russell Westbrook is a bad man. He flexed his muscled in the Mile High City and came away with the record and victory. Oklahoma City rocked and rolled their way home. Check out this Nuggets Meltdown: EARLY GAME LETS GOOOOOOOOO malone sucks, should have tank, vets sucks , blow it up. So I think Jokic…

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Westbrook takes a bite out of Nuggets with buzzer beater

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Russell Westbrook saved the Thunder while making history on Sunday afternoon in the Mile High City. Westbrook drained a 30-foot three-pointer at the buzzer to beat the Denver Nuggets 106-105. Oklahoma City improved to 46-34 on the season, beating the vegas over/under of 45 wins set in the preseason. Westbrook’s buzzer beater was the nightcap…

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The last time someone averaged a triple-double…

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Russell Westbrook has ascended into basketball legend by averaging a triple-double for the entire 2016-17 NBA season. The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard completed his run at history tonight by becoming the first player since the 1961-62 season to achieve this statistical anomaly set by the great Oscar Robertson. With his performance tonight, Westbrook has achieved what…

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Turnovers doom Thunder in loss to Hornets

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With Utah losing, the Oklahoma City Thunder missed a grand opportunity to move within two games of the Jazz for the Northwest Divisional crown as they lost to Charlotte 113-101 on Sunday afternoon. Oklahoma City trailed by as many as 21 in the game and Oklahoma City never were able to cut it under 11…

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OKC should invite Oscar Robertson to final home stretch

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By Michael E. Keating, Cincinnati Enquirer Since the inception of the franchise, the Oklahoma City Thunder has been adamant on building its own history and legacy. While technically the records and numbers of the Seattle SuperSonics remain with the franchise, the Thunder see themselves as a team who’s first days began in 2008. This is…

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Magic Meltdown! 3-29-17

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Go Dipo. Hope he drops 30+. But as long as we lose I’m happy They’re killing us already lol. FFS Westbrook Uh oh Adams and Payton talking crap. Keep an eye on those two. Vuc is so soft it’s comical. Steele is drunk or blind… or both Westbrook seems to be having the same issues…

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MVP Or Not, Westbrook’s Season Is Special

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Russell Westbrook has bigger things to worry about than winning MVP. His season has been nothing short of spectacular. Shoot, Westbrook is having arguably the greatest season in NBA history. He has the Thunder in position for the fourth seed in the Western Conference playoffs after losing a top 5 player in the world. He’s…

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Five thoughts on OKC’s win over Utah 3/12/17

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The Oklahoma City Thunder rode a wave of momentum gained from Thursday night’s victory over San Antonio by defeating the Northwest Division rival Utah Jazz yesterday 112-104. After the Thunder’s four game losing skid, it appears all is right in Loud City after back to back victories. But enough of that, bring on the five…

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Westbrook heroics stun Utah, Thunder win 109-106

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The Oklahoma City Thunder (35-25) are breathing a sigh of relief after almost giving away a win to the Utah Jazz (37-23) in an otherwise great shooting performance from the Thunder. Oklahoma City inched out a 109-106 win in a thrilling finish where Utah outscored them by eight in the fourth quarter. It was another…

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Jazz Meltdown! 1.23.17

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The Thunder popped the Jazz on Monday night in an event that saw Westbrook almost end Gobert and Russ nailing essentially a buzzer beater. It’s good to be a Russ fan. Jazz fans complaining about a lot, tried to say there was an illegal screen, but some were sensible. Good game from the Thunder! we…

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Bulls Meltdown! 1.9.17

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Oklahoma City decided to put it on the Bulls on Monday night. Surprisingly enough, there were no complaining about the officials, just a bunch of self hating comments. Oklahoma City has won two in a row, here’s what the Bulls fans had to say in their meldown: GET EXCITED FANS, IT’S RAJON RONDO BOBBLEHEAD NIGHT…

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Bulls Meltdown! 1.9.17

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Oklahoma City decided to put it on the Bulls on Monday night. Surprisingly enough, there were no complaining about the officials, just a bunch of self hating comments. Oklahoma City has won two in a row, here’s what the Bulls fans had to say in their meldown: GET EXCITED FANS, IT’S RAJON RONDO BOBBLEHEAD NIGHT…

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Heat Meltdown! 12.27.16

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The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Miami Heat 106-94 in a game they basically led throughout. It was one of the most convincing Thunder wins of the season. It’s going to be a long season in Miami, so not surprisingly enough the Heat fans are taking it all in stride. Not a single comment complaining…

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Meltdown: The Sun Sets

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Lots of Harden love here. Seems like every team’s fanbase wants to make a run at Harden when he’s a free agent. Hopefully he’ll be like KD and want to stay in OKC. A lot of their comments centered on the other teams they are fighting for position with and how those teams were doing.…

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Meltdown Time: Milwaukee’s Best

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Thanks again to FLCeltsFan. This was a fun game to watch and fun comments to gather.  Of course they did lapse into bashing the refs.  I guess that’s normal when you are getting run out of the gym.   The Thunder did shoot 12 more free throws but then again, they were the more aggressive team. …

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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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