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Unable to reach an extension with Sixth Man of the Year James Harden, The Oklahoma City Thunder have traded the guard to the Houston Rockets. In a surprise move Saturday night, Harden’s tenure with the Thunder came to an end. The Thunder sent Harden to the Houston Rockets along with Cole Aldridge, Lazar Hayward and Daequan [...]
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The Oklahoma City Thunder trading James Harden to the Houston Rockets should leave a bad taste in the mouth of basketball fans.
The deadline to reach contract extensions for the 2009 draft class is now less than a week away. Teams have until the end of the month to either reach a new contract with their players or allow them to become restricted free agents next summer.
One of the biggest names involved in these disputes is Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden. Harden is an interesting case because...
After coming so close in last season's NBA Finals, the Oklahoma City Thunder aren't ready to start the new season by merely maintaining the status quo. That's why it's not all that surprising that, in an attempt to make an already strong returning team even stronger, the Thunder pulled off a nine-player deal late Saturday with the Houston Rockets, multiple sources...
The Oklahoma City Thunder have traded away a huge piece of their young core as they sent shooting guard James Harden to the Houston Rockets.
The Thunder were trying to sign Harden to a contract extension, but when talks fell through they decided to ship away their young guard. The Thunder also gave up Daequan Cook, Lazar Hayward and Cole Aldrich only to receive Kevin Martin and rookie...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports the Oklahoma City Thunder have traded James Harden, Cole Aldridge, Lazr Hayward and Daquan Cook to the Houston Rockets for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, and "significant" future draft picks.
Reports surfaced to day that Harden had turned down a 4yr/$52 million dollar extension offer from the Thunder. He was asking for 4yrs...
According to ESPN, and in a decently shocking move The Oklahoma City Thunder have traded James Harden to the Houston Rockets.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have traded James Harden, Daequan Cook, Lazar Hayward and Cole Aldrich to the Houston Rockets for Jeremy Lamb, Kevin Martin and future draft picks, a source told ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Broussard.
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The first big dose of small-market reality has hit the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Before the Thunder even played their first real game following a trip to the NBA finals, the franchise parted ways with Sixth Man of the Year James Harden in a trade with the Houston Rockets, fracturing the team's core and substantially changing the second unit.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have agreed to trade James Harden to the Houston Rockets for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, and several draft picks.
Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski first reported the news and says the trade comes after the Thunder and Harden were unable to agree on a contract extension. The two sides were days away from the deadline for 2009 draft picks to sign an extension...