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Daily Thunder 16 hours ago

Durant and Westbrook-less Thunder top the Lakers, 108-101

Without Russell Westbrook or Kevin Durant, the Thunder cruised past the Lakers to get back on track behind a double-double from Enes Kanter.
Welcome to Loud City 16 hours ago

Thunder vs. Lakers, final score: Without its stars, Oklahoma City still shines in Los Angeles with 108-101 win

No Westbrook, No Durant. No problem. Thanks, Lakers. Box Score | Silver Screen and Roll The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 108-101 on Sunday, and they did so without Russell Westbrook or Kevin Durant. Westbrook broke his face in Friday night's heartbreaker in Portland, and Durant is waiting to have his foot re-evaluated when the team returns to Oklahoma City tomorrow. In their absence, the revamped Thunder bench stepped up and turned in some important performances. D.J. Augustin was terrific filling in for Westbrook, as the newly-acquired point guard finished with...
Silver Screen and Roll Feb 28, 2015

Russell Westbrook Out Sunday vs. Lakers

Already missing Kevin Durant, the Thunder will now be down two star players against the Lakers on Sunday. Russell Westbrook will miss Sunday's game against the Lakers after undergoing surgery Saturday morning, per a Thunder press release: Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook underwent a successful procedure today to address a fracture to the zygomatic arch of his right cheek In the Lakers first and only meeting with Oklahoma City this year, Westbrook scored 31 points and dished out 10 assists in a one point win for the Thunder, who were also missing Kevin Durant. D.J. Augustin...
Daily Thunder Feb 27, 2015

Down To Dunk: Foot worries

On today’s podcast we have Dr. Adam Huskerson on to discuss how serious Kevin Durant’s foot is. He gives a good breakdown toward the end of the podcast on how concerned we should be.
Welcome to Loud City Feb 26, 2015

Preview: Thunder vs Suns, Oklahoma City looks to bury Phoenix

In a high-scoring, exciting rivalry, the high flying Thunder hope to outgun the sinking Suns. Less than a month ago, the Thunder were 23-24 after dropping four of five miserable games. The team bottomed out against the Knicks, and Kevin Durant had made what turned out to be a premature, ineffective return to the court in a depressing 85-74 loss to the Grizzlies. Phoenix, on the other hand, was 28-21, smiling down on both the Thunder and Pelicans from their cozy 8 seed chair. The script has completely flipped since, with Phoenix going 2-7 in February, and OKC going 9-1. If the point guard...

NBA results and news, Feb. 24: James sets mark; Rose hurt again

James had 11 assists in the Cavaliers’ 102-93 victory over the host Pistons, giving him 6,142 for his career. In the process, he moved past Scottie Pippen (6,135) for first place on the NBA career list for forwards. Russell Westbrook had 20 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, and host Oklahoma City picked up its seventh straight win. The Thunder, who are 9-1 in February, closed within 2½ games of the Spurs for the No. 7 spot in the Western Conference by winning their third straight without Kevin Durant (follow-up foot surgery, out at least a week). ... Monta Ellis scored 20 points and...
Welcome to Loud City Feb 24, 2015

Phil Naessens Show: Kevin Durant's injury and the new look Oklahoma City Thunder

Listen to the Phil Naessens Show as we talk about what the Thunder are doing to survive as Durant has once again been sidelined with injury. Check it out! On this edition of the Phil Naessens Show, there is much to discuss as Kevin Durant has once again had to sit out due to a foot injury. We discuss the ramifications of Durant's health, and then dive into the new look Thunder and what it means for them going forward. Also on the show, from Phil: Joe Mullinax and I discuss this year of readiness on today’s show. David Ramil and I talk about the new look Miami Heat, Rush Olson and I...
Welcome to Loud City Feb 23, 2015

Thunder weekly grades: Russell Westbrook leads the new Oklahoma City charge

Russell Westbrook blew up the world as Kevin Durant's foot issues resurfaced, and Westbrook led new cohorts to a remarkable offensive explosion. The Thunder experienced one of the biggest shake-ups in their young OKC franchise history. How did each player respond to the changes? Game 1: Shorthanded Thunder rout Dallas Mavericks, 104-89 Game 2: New look Thunder get win over Hornets, 110-103 Game 3: Thunder roll and thrash hapless Nuggets, 119-94 *** KEVIN DURANT Games Played MIN PPG REB AST BL ST TO +/- (Average Stats) 1 37.0 12.0 6.0 5.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 +15.0 JOEY Kevin...
Detroit Bad Boys Feb 23, 2015

Kyle Singler, D.J. Augustin unspectacular with Thunder so far

The Thunder's newly acquired Motown discards are off to an average start in loud city. Both Kyle Singler and D.J. Augustin have played two games each for the Oklahoma City Thunder after being part of the exchange with Detroit which sent disgruntled floor general Reggie Jackson to Motown.  Since the transaction, Kyle Singler has worked his hipster Oregon voodoo and managed to sideline Kevin Durant with a minor foot injury, opening up the starting small forward slot on a temporary basis.  D.J., meanwhile, has slotted in as expected as Russell Westbrook's capable backup, and both players...
Welcome to Loud City Feb 22, 2015

Kevin Durant undergoes foot procedure; re-evaluation in one week

Kevin Durant will be out of action following a procedure on his surgically repaired foot. Kevin Durant has undergone a procedure on his right foot on Sunday in order to alleviate soreness that has been bothering him for the past few weeks. The procedure is on the same foot that Durant had repaired before the season began in order to repair a "Jones Fracture." Durant had been attempting to play through the pain over the past few games, but at the end of the Thunder's win over the Mavericks last week, Durant was clearly hobbled and was communicating to Scott Brooks that he could not...
Sun Herald Feb 21, 2015

Kevin Durant ruled out vs. Hornets because of foot soreness

Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant is sitting out the Thunder's game Saturday night against the Charlotte Hornets because of soreness in his right foot.
Welcome to Loud City Feb 21, 2015

2014-15 Season game 55: Oklahoma City Thunder vs Charlotte Hornets full coverage

Update: Kevin Durant will sit out tonight's game with a sore right foot. Kevin Durant (foot soreness) will NOT play against the Hornets tonight. — Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) February 21, 2015 The right foot is the one that Durant had surgery on prior to the season, and it has been giving him some issues over the past week. The Thunder are likely extra cautious, because a re-inured Durant will put OKC's playoff chances in jeopardy. At this point however, the team is not overly worred: I'm told there's still no concern of a serious injury with Durant's foot. It's just sore...
Detroit Bad Boys Feb 20, 2015

Kevin Durant on Reggie Jackson trade: 'He got what he wanted'

Reggie Jackson was all ... Just woke up from my nap a #Piston #DETROITBASKETBALL!!!— Reggie Jackson (@rjOKCson_15) February 19, 2015 Crying tears of joy #godisgreat— Reggie Jackson (@rjOKCson_15) February 19, 2015 And then Kevin Durant was like ... Durant on deadline day: "We felt like everybody wanted to be here except for one guy."— Royce Young (@royceyoung) February 20, 2015 Durant on Reggie Jackson: "He got what he wanted. (Pause, thinking) He got what he wanted."— Royce Young (@royceyoung) February 20, 2015 Can't wait for that Pistons vs. Thunder NBA Finals,...
CSN Washington Feb 19, 2015

OKC makes flurry of moves day after Durant complains in GQ

Kevin Durant knows he's the prize of NBA free agency in 2016. When he speaks, teams that want him should listen.

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