Oklahoma City looks lively and their playoff berth seems very likely. The Oklahoma City Thunder have passed the first two major tests in their playoff push with aplomb — beating the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday and winning, 132-125, over the Toronto Raptors Sunday. Show More Summary
The league-leading Rockets ran past the Thunder 122-112 in Oklahoma City for their 16th straight win and 50th on the season.
Russell Westbrook had 43 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 56 seconds to play, and the Oklahoma City Thunder scored the final 10 points of the game to escape with a 124-116 victory over the Phoenix Suns
Paul George scored 26 points to help the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Orlando Magic 112-105
Golden State’s 32-point win over Oklahoma City wasn’t the only thing that happened last night. Thirty-two points. That’s how much the Golden State Warriors drubbed the Oklahoma City Thunder by on Saturday night. The game was close up until the second-half. Show More Summary
Another physical game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Golden State Warriors had a controversial moment that has reignited that debate about Zaza Pachulia's style of play.
Kevin Durant scores 28 points as Golden State Warriors beat Oklahoma City Thunder 112-80
What will happen to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2018 offseason? While many predict that Paul George will bolt via free agency, Sam Presti has to pull out all the stops to make sure that doesn’t happen. A team of just Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony does not have a dynasty sound to it. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook made a 3-pointer as time expired in the fourth quarter, lifting the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 110-107 win over the Sacramento Kings
Golden State will soon be in a predicament similar to Oklahoma City. The Thunder traded James Harden. What will the Warriors do? NBA free agency is a touchy topic for players because they generally don’t want to talk about and/or haven’t given much thought to their plans beyond their current contract. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers have exceeded expectations this season. After Paul George’s trade to the Oklahoma City Thunder last July, analysts thought that it would be the beginning of a full rebuild for the franchise. However, as it turned out,...Show More Summary
Paul George scored 28 points, Russell Westbrook registered another triple-double as the Oklahoma City Thunder survived a late Memphis rally to defeat the Grizzlies 121-114
Rumors of a potential Paul George free agency signing for the Los Angeles Lakers have died down in the past few weeks since the five-time NBA All-Star said that he was favoring to stay with the Oklahoma City Thunder after teammate Russell...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off a 120-112 win over the Big Three of Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena to extend their winning streak to four games. It was also the second consecutive victory for the team since they acquired George Hill, Rodney Hood, Jordan Clarkson, and Larry Nance Jr. Show More Summary
Playing without Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony is not ideal for the Oklahoma City Thunder. But missing two of its "OK3" stars has shifted more responsibility and autonomy onto the third, Paul George.
Reigning KIA MVP Russell Westbrook will sit out his second straight game on Sunday when the Oklahoma City Thunder meets the Memphis Grizzlies.
Will Ferrell sat courtside to watch the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder at last night’s game! The 50-year-old Daddy’s Home 2 actor was spotted at the basketball game on Thursday (January 8) at Staples Center in Los Angeles. He was joined by Pharrell Williams, repping his purple and gold. Also in the [...]
Here’s what we learned in the Lakers’ 106-81 win Thursday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder: This team is hot Trading two key rotation players probably would’ve been more than enough to stop the Lakers’ dead in their tracks over the past few seasons no matter how well they were playing, but...
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 20 points, and the balanced Los Angeles Lakers beat the short-handed Oklahoma City Thunder 106-81
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook and forward Carmelo Anthony will not play against the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night as each deals with a sprained ankle.