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Oklahoma City will attempt to wrap up a five-game road trip on a winning note tonight when Kevin Durant and Company visit Salt Lake City to take on the Utah Jazz.
BEST OF MAXIM
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook had a monster one-handed dunk near the end of the second quarter of last night's NBA game in Sacramento against the Kings.
Westbrook dribbled right down the key and finished with the powerful slam dunk. It was so powerful and out of nowhere that TNT commentators shouted in excitement and had to catch their breath to regain...
LeBron James will not issuing an apology to Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins.
In fact, the Miami Heat star admitted to ESPN that he is tired for being blamed for things that aren't his fault.
"I would never apologize about anything like that when I'm connecting to my fans," James said in response to Perkins telling Yahoo! Sports that he was upset...
Two nights ago the late heroism of the terrific duo of Oklahoma City Thunder SF Kevin Durant and PG Russell Westbrook shot their way to victory in a shootout against the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena. Golden State Warriors’ SG Monta Ellis scored a monstrous 48 including almost 40 in the first half.
The Golden State Warriors in many ways are a similar team...
Russell Westbrook becomes latest point guard to burn Utah Jazz
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 10, 2012 11:34PM MDT
Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook joined a growing fraternity Friday night.
Westbrook scored 28 points during the Thunder’s 101-87 victory over the Jazz at EnergySolutions Arena.
Westbrook became the ninth opposing point guard in 25 games...
Monson: Ty Corbin steering Utah Jazz ship through tricky seas
By Gordon Monson
Published Feb 9, 2012 11:42PM MDT
Following a legend is often a road to nowhere.
But when Tyrone Corbin found out in a blurred rush one year ago that Jerry Sloan was quitting and that Jazz management wanted him to take over for the iconic coach, his response was … good choice...
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Russell Westbrook scored 28 points and Kevin Durant had 19 points to help the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Utah Jazz 101-87 on Friday night.The Jazz seemed determined to limit Durant's offense -- he had only 10 field goal attempts -- but Westbrook found extra room to drive to the basket and created some fast breaks with five steals.Serge Ibaka had 16...
Despite their recent overall struggles, the Utah Jazz have been one of the better home teams in the Western Conference this season. Their next opponent, though, has experienced success recently in Salt Lake City.
The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to wrap up a five-game road trip with their third consecutive win at EnergySolutions Arena on Friday night. READ MORE >>
Russell Westbrook scored 28 points and Kevin Durant had 19 points to help the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Utah Jazz 101-87 on Friday night. The Jazz seemed determined to limit Durant's offense -- he had only 10 field goal attempts -- but Westbrook found extra room to drive to the basket and created some fast breaks with five steals.
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Published Feb 10, 2012 08:21PM MDT
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