The San Antonio Spurs scored 43 points in the first quarter and never looked back as they trounced the Oklahoma City Thunder, 124-92, in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals at the AT&T Center on Saturday night. The 32-point win...Show More Summary
LaMarcus Aldridge had 38 points and the San Antonio Spurs dismantled the Oklahoma City Thunder 124-92 on Saturday night, never trailing in Game 1 of the second-round series.
The Thunder and Spurs game is underway. Keep it here for live updates and analysis throughout. Box Score Keys to the Game The Thunder had the second-best offensive rating in the NBA during the regular season, scoring 109.9 points per 100 possessions. Show More Summary
SAN ANTONIO,TX - MARCH 12: LaMarcus Aldridge #12 of the San Antonio Spurs reacts after he made a basket and was fouled by Russell Westbrook #0 of the Oklahoma City Thunder at AT&T Center on March 12, 2016 in San Antonio, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees [...]
While Sunday will feature two Game 7 clashes in the first round and the start of a second-round series, the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs will have the spotlight all to themselves Saturday. Despite the fact that the first...Show More Summary
Now that the pesky Dallas Mavericks and Memphis Grizzlies are out of the way, it’s time for two of the NBA’s biggest kahunas to square off in Round 2. Things got chippy, but the Oklahoma City Thunder were never in danger against the rickety Mavs in Round 1. Show More Summary
NBA playoff preview for the Western Conference semifinals: 2. SAN ANTONIO First round defeated Memphis, 4-0. vs. 3. OKLAHOMA CITY First round defeated Dallas, 4-1. Season series: 2-2. Key stats: The Spurs have the top-ranked defense in the postseason, holding the Grizzlies to 81 points per game...
If the record-breaking Golden State Warriors entered the 2016 NBA Playoffs as the prohibitive favorite, then the San Antonio Spurs were surely considered the other logical pick to emerge from the Western Conference. And then there is...Show More Summary
Halal food — which is prepared to adhere to Islamic dietary laws — is delicious. The Oklahoma City Thunder just discovered (...)
The Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder have all punched their tickets to the second round of the 2016 NBA playoffs. Notably absent from the list are the reigning champion and record-breaking Golden State...Show More Summary
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Strong thunderstorms capable of dropping grapefruit-sized hail and producing a few intense tornadoes popped up across the central U.S. on Tuesday after forecasters warned that millions of people faced a significant danger.
Kevin Durant and the rest of the Thunder have a chance to end the series in Game 5 of their match up against the Dallas Mavericks.
After another superlative season ends in the first round, you can’t help but feel Dirk Nowitzki deserves more. OKLAHOMA CITY -- With one minute and 24 seconds left on the clock, Dirk Nowitzki's shoulders slumped. His eyes fell downwards. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City found an angry streak in defeating the Mavericks, and that'll be crucial to knocking off San Antonio. Something amazing happened during the Thunder's gentleman's sweep of the Mavericks: Oklahoma City learned how to hate. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant And Russell Westbrook Slam Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban And Charlie Villanueva Neither Kevin Durant nor Russell Westbrook have love for the Dallas Mavericks. The Oklahoma City Thunder superstars took the podium after eliminating the Mavs from the
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — School districts and authorities are bracing for the possibility of a severe weather outbreak that could bring powerful, long-track tornadoes and large hail Tuesday to the Great Plains.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban declared that Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook is "not a superstar" and then watched as the point guard eliminated the Mavs from the playoffs on Monday.
It is a good thing the Oklahoma City Thunder pulled out a 118-104 Game 5 victory over the Dallas Mavericks to put a bow on their first-round series. Losing wouldn't have put them on the ropes. Every game against the Mavericks, even blowouts, felt like a slog. Show More Summary
Before the Dallas Mavericks tipped off in a crucial playoff game on Monday, team owner Mark Cuban decided to add a little spice to an already burning series with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wasn't ready to call Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook a superstar before Game 5 of the teams' playoff series, but maybe he might now after Westbrook proceeded to dominate Monday'sShow More Summary