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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The Oklahoma City Thunder have recalled rookie point guard Reggie Jackson from the NBA Development League prior to their game against the Miami Heat.
Jackson played only one game for the Tulsa 66ers before being called back up Sunday. He had 22 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in 41 minutes in a win against Iowa.
Jackson had been filling in as Oklahoma City's backup point guard after Eric Maynor was lost to a season-ending knee injury in January. Veteran Derek Fisher signed with the Thunder this week and took over Jackson's role.
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The Oklahoma City Thunder have assigned rookie point guard Reggie Jackson to their NBA Development League affiliate in Tulsa.
General manager Sam Presti announced that Jackson would join the 66ers in time for their game against the Iowa Energy on Saturday night.
Jackson spent the past two months as Oklahoma City's backup point guard after Eric Maynor sustained a season-ending...
Oklahoma City thought they had their backup point guard problem solved when they signed Derek Fisher Wednesday.
However, Friday night’s double-overtime game against the Minnesota Timberwolves proved that it’s going to take some time for Fisher to get used to his new role.
Fisher stepped on the court Wednesday night and the Oklahoma City crowd gave him a 45-second standing ovation...
Oklahoma City still had $3 million of its midlevel to use in their offer to Derek Fisher.
I didn’t consider this until after the fact, but a Thunder/T-Wolves match up really does present a unique degree of potential for epic statistical feats. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have already proven to be one of the most explosive tandems in the history of the game, and Kevin Love has a tendency to put together crazy numerical combinations from time to time. Neither...
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Kevin Durant had 28 points, nine rebounds and tied his season-high with eight assists, Kendrick Perkins added a season-best 16 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder opened a difficult stretch in their schedule by beating the Miami Heat 103-87 on Sunday night.
The two title contenders opened the day tied for the second-best record in the NBA, three games behind...
Kevin Durant collected 28 points, nine rebounds and eight assists as the Oklahoma City Thunder made a statement in thumping the visiting Miami Heat 103-87.Serge Ibaka chipped in 19 points and 10 boards and James Harden added 19 points for the Thunder, who looked convincing in building up a big lead and then holding off the Heat in a possible NBA Finals preview. The Thunder won their...
Stat line of the night goes to Kevin Love‘s 51 pts, 14 rebs, narrowly edging out Kevin Durant’s 40 pts, 17 rebs and Russell Westbrook’s 45. The Minnesota Timberwolves lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder 149-140 in 2 OT.
We’re going to see Kevin Love and Kevin Durant putting up MONSTER numbers like these for years. The two young bigs are going to dominate Western Conference...
In Sunday night's NBA matchup between the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder, Thunder center Kendrick Perkins dunked on Heat guard Dwyane Wade. While hanging from the rim, Perkins stuck his foot out and kicked Wade in the face, and there will be some debate as to whether Perkins kicked Wade by accident or did it on purpose.
Wade was not happy and gave Perkins the death...
Anthony Davis has been studying the shot-blocking skills of Serge Ibaka.
The Western Conference-leading Oklahoma City Thunder have been scoring at an incredibly high rate, but coach Scott Brooks was thrilled with what he saw from his team on the defensive end in its last game.
Portland Trail Blazers interim coach Kaleb Canales would like to see his club make a push back into the playoff picture.
The Thunder go for a fourth consecutive victory Tuesday...
With 4:30 minutes remaining in the Thunder and Heat game, Kendrick Perkins dunks, and while coming down imprints his foot and nearly teabags Dwyane Wade. SALTY.
If any NBA fan missed the double OT thrilla between the OKC Thunder and Minnesota Timberwolves, you need to send yourselves to time out because that Friday night game was pure NBA MADNESS!! OKC ended up pulling out the win; 149-140. Russell Westbrook set a career-high with 45 points and Kevin Love had his own career night [...]