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  1. New Clippers advisor Jerry West laments leaving Warriors: 'I did not want to leave'Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | CBS Sports

    And on Monday, he said the decision was not his. In an interview with Tim Kawakami of The Athletic , the new Clippers special consultant called leaving Golden State as "sad" and made it clear he did not want to leave.


  2. Terrance Ferguson gets praise from his rookie classRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Thunderous Intentions

    JUNE 24: Terrance Ferguson #23 of the OKC Thunder attends a press conference after being drafted with the 21st pick by the Thunder with general manager Sam Presti and head coach Billy Donovan on June 24, 2017 at the CHK Central Boathouse in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Copyright 2017 NBAE The NBA released it's annual Rookie Survey Tuesday morning - OKC Thunder guard Terrance Ferguson was featured in multiple questions.


  3. NBA investigating Lakers amid Paul George tampering allegationRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    ... name as soon as possible." George is a four-time All-Star and Los Angeles native who was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder earlier this offseason. The Pacers traded him after George told them he planned to leave Indiana as a free agent next ...


  4. Alex Abrines ranked 74 overall in NBA 2K18Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Thunderous Intentions

    DECEMBER 29: Alex Abrines #8 of the OKC Thunder shoots the ball against the Memphis Grizzlies on December 29, 2016 in Memphis, Tennessee. Copyright 2016 NBAE FINALLY! After over a month without a peep from the creators of 2K, we now know two Thunder players overall rating in the upcoming game.


  5. Rookie survey: OKC's Terrance Ferguson rates in two categoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | NewsOK.com

    His fellow first-years don't see the Thunder's Terrance Ferguson as a factor in this year's Rookie of the Year race. In the annual NBA.com rookie survey, the Thunder's 19-year-old wing was voted the third-best shooter in this year's rookie class and the second-best athlete.


  6. Thunder in the news: Russell Westbrook has a bookRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Thunderous Intentions

    JANUARY 13: Mitch McGary #33 of the OKC Thunder makes a pass out of the middle during a game against the Dallas Mavericks at Chesapeake Energy Arena on January 13, 2016 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Thunder in the news is your one stop shop for OKC Thunder basketball - today we're throwing it back by checking in on Mitch McGary.


  7. Tuesday Bolts: 8.22.17Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | Daily Thunder

    Michael McCann on Magic Johnson and the tampering charges : "If the NBA concludes that the Lakers and/or Johnson tampered, potential penalties would range from a warning, a fine that wouldn't exceed $5 million, a suspension of Johnson for a definite or indefinite period, forfeiture of Lakers' draft picks, transfer of Lakers' draft picks to the Pacers or-and this is the big one-a prohibition placed on the Lakers from signing George for a definite or indefinite period." A tampering FAQ from Bobby Marks of ESPN : "Under NBA tampering rules, no player, coach or management person may entice or induce a player under contract with another team to play for his team."


  8. Charlotte Hornets offseason in review and matchups with PistonsRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Piston Powered

    The Charlotte Hornets have a chance to find themselves back in the playoffs after a one-year hiatus. How will the Detroit Pistons fare against them? Coming into the 2016-17 season, there were high hopes for the Charlotte Hornets after finishing with 48 wins the previous year.


  9. NBA investigating Lakers amid George tampering allegationRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    ... Lipton, Rosen & Katz. George is a four-time All-Star and Los Angeles native who was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder this offseason. The Pacers traded him after George told them he planned to leave Indiana as a free agent next summer. "As the ...


  10. Ranking Golden State's shooters, Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Golden State of Mind

    West, like Zaza Pachulia , is a valuable asset at the free-throw line. He hit 76% of his freebies and has hit 81% over his career.


  11. Trump can't be healer in chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

    President Bill Clinton went to Oklahoma City after a terrorist bombed the federal office building there in 1995. President George W. Bush lifted a bullhorn at the ruins of the World Trade Center on Sept.


  12. NBAThe NBA's five best on-ball defenders todayRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    It is the essence of basketball: One player attempts to score, and a defender attempts to stop him. And with NBA offenses pushing the limits of pace and space in an effort to fire up scoreboards, players who have the ability to impede the ball in a one-on-one setting have more value than ever.


  13. Sport Shorts for Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Daily Gazette

    Also, the 14U team is in need of a backup catcher and a utility player. A North American Diving Dogs qualifier will be held Saturday and Sunday at Southtown K9, located at 7829 Buell Road in Rock Falls.


  14. On the Lakers, the Pacers, Paul George, and TamperingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Forum Blue & Gold

    So, here's what we know. The Pacers have asked the NBA to investigate the Lakers for tampering.


  15. Chris Wood strikes gold - but the All White is still well short of topping the Kiwi sports rich listRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... though, Wood is on extreme money. But he is well short of the pacesetter, NBA star Steven Adams of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Steven Adams (Oklahoma City Thunder - NBA) US$432,152 a week US$22,471,911 a year NZ$30.67m Scott Dixon (Motor racing) ...


  16. More Than a 'Wink'? Extensive Tampering Could Cost L.A. Lakers Paul GeorgeRead the original story

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    ... as a coaching candidate while talking with the media . At the time, Fisher was under contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder as a player. Johnson's recent comments were made to a much wider audience, but even if Commissioner Adam Silver considers it ...


  17. Jordan Clarkson and Andre Roberson Play Volleyball with Hot Girls in Thong BikinisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TMZ.com

    Jordan Clarkson is having a hell of an off-season -- as demonstrated in this video of the L.A. Lakers player in a heated game of beach volleyball ... with a bunch of hot chicks in thong bikinis. Clarkson and his Oklahoma City Thunder pal, Andre Roberson , hit up the nets at Hermosa Beach, CA this past weekend -- went shirts off -- and got into a bit of a 2-on-3 situation in the sand.


  18. Jerry West: 'Everyone Is Playing for Second Place' to WarriorsRead the original story

    Monday | BleacherReport

    ... in the West have made significant upgrades to compete with Golden State-including the Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder and Minnesota Timberwolves-but as West noted, the defending champs are still the heavy favorite to win another title. Odds ...


  19. Gary Payton Supports Kevin Durant, Wouldn't Visit Donald Trump and White HouseRead the original story

    Monday | BleacherReport

    Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant isn't the only basketball player who would turn down a White House invitation from the sitting president. TMZ Sports asked Hall of Famer Gary Payton if he would go to the White House and what he thought of Durant's comments saying he wouldn't accept Donald Trump's invitation, and the Glove responded in kind saying, "right now, probably I wouldn't."


  20. Golden State Warriors remain relevant in dog days of summerRead the original story

    Monday | Blue Man Hoop

    Despite the longest part of the year without basketball taking place, the Golden State Warriors manage to remain incredibly relevant. This is the time of the year where it's hard to be a basketball fan.