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  • Thunder vs. Nets

    Paul George scored 25 of his 47 points in a sensational fourth quarter, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 3.1 seconds left that gave the Oklahoma City Thunder a 114-112 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night.

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  • Cavaliers vs. Thunder

    Russell Westbrook had 23 points, 19 rebounds and 15 assists for his 107th career triple-double, matching Jason Kidd for third on the all-time list, as the Thunder topped the Cavs 100-83 on Wednesday night.

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  • Thunder vs. Warriors

    Kevin Durant and the Warriors look to snap a three-game losing streak as they open a four-game homestand against the Thunder.

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  • Adams, Westbrook lead Thunder to rout of Pistons

    DETROIT (AP) - Steven Adams scored 21 points, Russell Westbrook added 18 and the Oklahoma City Thunder ended the Detroit Pistons' five-game winning streak with a 110-83 victory Monday night. Paul George added 17 points for the Thunder, who are 15-3 since losing their first four games. Blake Griffin led ...

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  • Adams, Westbrook lead Thunder to rout of Pistons

    Steven Adams scored 21 points, Russell Westbrook added 18 and the Oklahoma City Thunder ended the Detroit Pistons' five-game winning streak with a 110-83 victory Monday night. Paul George added … Click to Continue

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  • Adams, Westbrook lead Thunder to rout of Pistons

    Steven Adams scored 21 points, Russell Westbrook added 18 and the Oklahoma City Thunder ended the Detroit Pistons' five-game winning streak with a 110-83 victory Monday night. Paul George added … Click to Continue

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  • Westbrook scores 30 as Thunder hold off Hornets

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Russell Westbrook had 30 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists and the Oklahoma City Thunder held off a late rally by Charlotte to win 109-104 on Friday night, completing a regular-season sweep of the Hornets. Dennis Schroder - paired with Westbrook in the starting lineup for ...

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