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Oklahoma City's Big Three shooting for their 1st NBA title
Oklahoma City's Big Three of Westbrook, George and Anthony hungry for first NBA title
Michael Jordan: Other 28 teams 'going to be garbage'
NBA Hall of Famer and Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan isn't a fan of the NBA's so-called superteam era. "I think it's going to hurt the overall aspect of the league from a competitive standpoint," Jordan said in an interview with Cigar Aficionado magazine. "You're going to have one or two
Rajon Rondo could undergo sports hernia surgery
New Orleans Pelicans point guard Rajon Rondo may need surgery to repair a sports hernia, according to coach Alvin Gentry. Rondo is scheduled to visit a specialist Monday in Philadelphia before determining whether surgery is needed. Gentry told reporters Sunday that he did not know how long Rondo
Thunder hold off Australia's Melbourne United 86-85
Josh Huestis had two massive blocked shots in the final seconds to help the star-studded Oklahoma City Thunder hold off Melbourne United 86-85 in NBA preseason action
GM survey predicts Warriors repeat as champs, LeBron James wins MVP
NBA general managers see the Golden State Warriors as a heavy favorite to repeat as NBA champions. In the league's annual GM survey, 93 percent of those who responded believe the Warriors will win the NBA title this season. That's the highest margin in the 16-year history of the survey, according
Chris Paul says first game alongside James Harden 'felt natural'
TULSA, Okla. -- A fresh era officially started for three of the NBA's stars on Tuesday night at Tulsa's BOK Center, as Carmelo Anthony, Paul George and Chris Paul made their preseason debuts for their new teams following offseason trades. Those three were the headliners in the Houston Rockets '
There's a downside to OKC's massive Westbrook extension
Will Russell Westbrook's extension be a good deal for the Oklahoma City Thunder? The Thunder had little choice but to offer Westbrook a maximum five-year extension because the reigning NBA MVP could have become an unrestricted free agent next June. Keeping Westbrook was crucial to the Thunder's
How Russell Westbrook became the $205 million face of Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY -- It was mid-August and Paul George was holding a celebrity fishing tournament in Los Angeles. He had only been a member of the Oklahoma CIty Thunder for a little more than a month, but a large contingent of the organization made its way to participate -- GM Sam Presti and assistant
Dwyane Wade opens up on Cavs signing, LeBron reunion
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- When LeBron James left the Miami Heat to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dwyane Wade thought his days playing alongside the four-time MVP were over for good. Now that the championship teammates are reunited in Cleveland, Wade can't help but relish the turn of events. "We're