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Russell Westbrook's return and Kevin Love's red-hot Wolves headline Sunday's games.
Sunday's NBA action was marked by unexpected comebacks, odd celebrity interactions and the emergence of a surprising playoff threat. So, you know, the usual. The biggest story was Russell Westbrook's return, an event that sent shockwaves through the rest of the Western Conference. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook's comeback came far sooner than expected, and it put the other top teams in the West on notice that the Oklahoma City Thunder are ready to reclaim their position as the conference's scariest squad. Maybe it seems like we're getting a little carried away. Show More Summary
Without Russell Westbrook, the Oklahoma City Thunder have gotten off to a 1-1 start as Kevin Durant has tried to make up for his teammate's absence. The Phoenix Suns came to town Sunday, giving the Thunder an opportunity to establish...Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook made his 2013-14 season debut Sunday as the Oklahoma City Thunder won their home opener against the Phoenix Suns 103-96 in an ugly affair. Oklahoma City couldn't get into a groove coming off a 100-81 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves (its worst loss since Feburary 2011 against the Orlando Magic). Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook has been in the habit of making crowds roar for a few years now, but when Oklahoma City Thunder fans heard his name announced as a member of the starting lineup against the Phoenix Suns Nov. 3, the resultant din included...Show More Summary
All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook is returning to the Oklahoma City Thunder sooner than expected, and will be available to play Sunday night against Phoenix.
He's back. Although Russell Westbrook was originally slated to miss four to six weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery, the Oklahoma City Thunder point guard will make his return tonight against the Phoenix Suns, accordingShow More Summary
It was the injury that arguably reshaped the NBA's entire Western Conference. On April 24, Russell Westbrook nondescriptly jogged to the sideline as head coach Scott Brooks called for a timeout in Game 2 of the Oklahoma City Thunder's first-round playoff matchup with the Houston Rockets. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook has gone through a methodical rehab process jointly created by our medical and performance teams and treating physicians. The process has been instrumental in getting Russell to this point and has included various physical and medical benchmarks. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook is reportedly returning to the Oklahoma City Thunder lineup for the first time since suffering a knee injury in the first round of the 2013 NBA playoffs. He will play Sunday night against the Phoenix Suns. Darnell Mayberry...Show More Summary
The following statement was issued today by Oklahoma City Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti regarding Russell Westbrook’s availability to play in tonight’s game against the Phoenix Suns: “Russell Westbrook has gone through a methodical rehab process jointly created by our medical and performance teams and treating physicians. The process has been [...]
Russell Westbrook has cleared all medical benchmarks for his knee rehab and will play for the Oklahoma City Thunder Sunday against the Phoenix Suns, reports Darnell Mayberry of the Oklahoman. Westbrook was expected to miss up to a month...Show More Summary
Gross. Disgusting. Vomit-inducing. Pitiable. I'm sure you can think of plenty more adjectives to describe how the Oklahoma City Thunder's offense looked against the Minnesota Timberwolves. And they'd apply to the season-opener against...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder started their season with a victory over the Utah Jazz, 101-98, despite the absence of All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook. However, the win was far from convincing, and it was apparent how much the Thunder...Show More Summary
One of the NBA's most dynamic players is inching closer to this return to the court. Per Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook could be less than two weeks away from returning to his team. Westbrook had...Show More Summary
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook could return to game action within the next two weeks. Westbrook has spent the past six months recovering from a torn meniscus injury and missed his first career regular-season game Oct. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook could return to action far sooner than expected, leaving the basketball landscape shifting as we speak. Westbrook, who suffered a torn meniscus in April, underwent a second procedure at the start of training camp when swelling was discovered on his surgically repaired knee. Show More Summary