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Oklahoma City Thunder backup point guard Eric Maynor underwent successful surgery on his torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on Wednesday.
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Oklahoma City Thunder backup point guard Eric Maynor has had successful surgery to repair a right knee injury that will keep him out for the season.
Maynor was hurt during the fourth quarter of Oklahoma City's win at Houston on Jan. 7. The team announced that he had surgery Wednesday morning and should be ready for training camp before next season.
Maynor was averaging 4.2...
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The Oklahoma City Thunder signed All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook to a multiyear contract extension on Thursday. Westbrook was set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the season, meaning the Thunder would have had to match any offer he received from another team. Instead, they locked him up with a new deal 15 games into this season. Terms were...
AT Wednesday, January 18th, 20127:00 PM ETTV: Comcast SportsNet HDSteve Buckhantz, Phil Chenier Radio: 106.7 The Fan - http://bit.ly/5yZqu8Dave Johnson, Glenn ConsorGame Preview
The Oklahoma City Thunder (12-2) come riding into DC on a 7 game win streak to face the Washington Wizards (1-12). Talk about two teams on the opposite end of the spectrum: The Thunder seem to be...
Russell Westbrook gets an extension that pays him 25 percent of the Thunder's cap and preserves space for the team to sign James Harden and Serge Ibaka to new deals in the future.
A seven-game winning streak has Oklahoma City atop the NBA. A matchup with the league-worst Washington Wizards should give the Thunder a very good chance to keep rolling.
Oklahoma City looks to extend its longest winning streak in two seasons Wednesday night in the nation's capital, where it goes for its sixth consecutive victory over the Wizards.
The Thunder (12-2) opened...
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Record wise, it was an encounter of the NBA's best against the NBA's worst, but it was the lowly Washington Wizards who prevailed over the Oklahoma City Thunder, 105-102, on Tuesday night.