The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the NewYork Knicks, 105-78, on Friday night. In his first game back after missing 14 games with a broken right hand, Russell Westbrook led the Thunder with 32 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in 24 minutes. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Russell Westbrook scored 32 points in his first game back from a broken right hand, and the Thunder rolled past the New York Knicks, 105-78, on Friday at Oklahoma City.
Russell Westbrook had been out since the Thunder’s second game of the season with a broken hand, but it looked Friday like he could have handled the Knicks with that hand tied behind his back. The point guard came back to the lineup in a big way, leading Oklahoma City to a 105-78 rout of New […]
The Oklahoma City Thunder recorded the most points they've scored since Nov. 12 in Friday night's 105-78 win over the New York Knicks. While OKC's defense clamped down on a lineup missing superstar Carmelo Anthony to back spasms, the offense got a jolt from a familiar friend. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook returned to the starting lineup Friday after missing 14 games with an injured hand. If there were any concerns that it would take a while for him to return to form, they quickly disappeared on this dunk. Show More Summary
In a game that's set to feature the return of Russell Westbrook, the New York Knicks (4-12) are on the road to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder (4-12) in the first meeting between the two teams this season. Tipoff : 8 p.m. ET Coverage:...Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook is set to make his return to the team's lineup on Friday night against the New York Knicks. He missed nearly a month of action due to a fractured metacarpal in his right hand suffered...Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook will make his return to the Oklahoma City Thunder against the New York Knicks on Friday night to help bring the team out from the cellar of the Western Conference and back into the playoff hunt. The Thunder are still...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City guard is back in the Thunder lineup after missing TK games with a broken hand. Russell Westbrook is back. The Oklahoma City Thunder point will make his return from a hand injury on Friday night against the New York Knicks, according to The Oklahoman's Anthony Slater. Show More Summary
After missing 14 games with a broken finger, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook will be back in the Thunder lineup tonight against the New York Knicks.
Due to injuries to Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder's struggles to start the season have left the Western Conference wide open for other teams to contend. In the East, the conference is seemingly always wide...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder have rebranded themselves as a defensive-minded team. Traditionally, the Thunder have let their explosive offense lead the way. Over the past four seasons, the team has finished in the top five in scoring while the defense mostly stayed in the middle of the pack. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced in a press release that they released guard Sebastian Telfair on Wednesday. During his lone season with the Thunder, Telfair played in 16 games and averaged 8.4 points, 2.8 assists and 1.9 rebounds. Telfair filled a role for the team when Russell Westbrook suffered a fractured hand. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder looked to bring an end to their early-season struggles on Wednesday night when they faced the Utah Jazz. The injury-wracked Thunder had dropped six straight and faced another tough test from the young Jazz, who were eager to end a skid in which they'd dropped three straight and four of their last five games. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Oklahoma City Thunder waived guard Sebastian Telfair, it was announced Wednesday by Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti.
Oklahoma City Thunder waive Sebastian Telfair The Oklahoma City Thunder waived guard Sebastian Telfair, it was announced today by Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti. This season, Telfair appeared in 16 games (one start) with the Thunder, averaging 8.4 points, 2.8 assists, and 1.9 rebounds in 20.5 minutes per contest. Oklahoma City’s roster now stands at [...]
November has been a month to forget for the Oklahoma City Thunder, but the holiday season is bringing the best present head coach Scott Brooks could ask for. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are both recovering nicely from their respective...Show More Summary
As it turns out, Serge Ibaka isn't suited to be the Oklahoma City Thunder's primary weapon. With Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook out, the Thunder needed Ibaka to take charge and keep the team afloat. Instead, the 25-year-old hasn't...Show More Summary
Following years of dreams deferred, the 2014-15 campaign quickly became a nightmarish one for the Oklahoma City Thunder. First came Kevin Durant, derailed by a foot injury in early October. Then it was Russell Westbrook, beset by a broken...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder have dug themselves into a big hole in the early portion of the season, but don't count them out as contenders just yet. With a record of 3-12, the Thunder sit alone at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. Show More Summary