Some of Oklahoma City’s best defensive players weren’t on the court or in uniform Wednesday night as the Dallas Mavericks snuck past the Thunder in an Old West shootout, 135-131, at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Oklahoma City’s high-scoring offense pushed the pedal to the metal Tuesday night, but the usual defensive toughness was missing in the Thunder’s 127-117 win over the Los Angeles Lakers at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A high-octane Miami offense averaging more than 100 points the last three games was derailed Sunday as the Oklahoma City Thunder sailed to a 93-75 win over the once-dominant Heat squad at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
It took a total team effort, including a more-than-usual boisterous crowd, for Oklahoma City to rally from a 12-point deficit and defeat the Atlanta Hawks 123-115 Friday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A 40-point third quarter jump started Oklahoma City Wednesday night and clutch free throw shooting sealed the 122-118 win over the Boston Celtics at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Russell Westbrook missed another triple-double by a longshot Sunday, but his second half scoring performance pushed the Oklahoma City Thunder to a hard-fought 109-100 win over the Chicago Bulls at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Oklahoma City’s front line accounted for 38 points and 27 rebounds Friday night, pushing the Thunder to a 113-99 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
From start to finish, Oklahoma City struggled defensively Wednesday night as the Los Angeles Clippers rolled to a 120-108 win over the Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A stronger defensive performance in the second half and another Russell Westbrook triple-double propelled the Oklahoma City Thunder to a much-needed 108-104 win over the Toronto Raptors Sunday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
While outside temperatures were below freezing and frigid Tuesday night, Russell Westbrook was on fire inside the Chesapeake Energy Arena with a fourth consecutive triple-double and a rare performance equaled by only four other NBA players ever.