Russell Westbrook scored half of his game-high 28 points in the first quarter as the explosive point guard propelled the Oklahoma City Thunder to a decisive 112-88 win over the Phoenix Suns Sunday night at Chesapeake Arena.
Thunder versus Cleveland and LeBron versus KD. Two anticipated matchups that had been in the works since the NBA schedule was announced never happened, but in the end Oklahoma City came out on top.
It was like old home week for Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the rest of the Thunder team as Oklahoma City rolled to a 114-101 revenge win over the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
As I’m sure you’ve all heard, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook played on the same basketball court for the first time since late May. Earlier today, Oklahoma City Thunder coach Scott Brooks announced that Durant would return to the starting lineup tonight against the Pelicans in New Orleans.
Russell Westbrook’s return to the Oklahoma City lineup Friday night produced the kind of results Thunder fans have come to expect with 32 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in a 105-78 win over the New York Knicks.
Thanksgiving dinner might have a better taste for the Oklahoma City Thunder after posting a 97-82 win over the Utah Jazz Wednesday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Thunder head coach Scott Brooks broke a smile when he spoke to reporters Sunday night, asking if they could just “replay the last four press conferences so I don’t have to do this again.” That comment came just moments after Golden State posted a close 91-86 win over Oklahoma City Sunday night.
The losing streak is over – at least for the Brooklyn Nets. Brooklyn, which had lost five straight, used a 23-point performance from reserve Jarrett Jack to post a come-from-behind 94-92 win Friday night over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
James Harden, once a favorite player in Oklahoma City, nailed the coffin shut Sunday night scoring the final four points as the Houston Rockets squeaked past the Thunder, 69-65, at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A lackluster offensive performance in overtime pushed the Detroit Pistons to a 96-89 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder Friday night at Chesapeake Arena.