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How OKC Thunder Should Adjust to Serge Ibaka Loss Versus San Antonio Spurs

18 May 2014 | 1:42 am Losing Serge Ibaka is a big deal for the Oklahoma City Thunder . How's that for a leading candidate in the "obvious statement of the day" race? There are certain elements of Ibaka 's game that the Thunder will ultimately be unable to replace. No one can step into his defensive shoes and protect the rim like he both could and had been doing throughout the postseason. OKC 's guards are no longer … http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2067248-how-okc-thunder-should-adjust-to-serge-ibaka-loss-versus-san-antonio-spurs

Serge Ibaka expected to be out for the rest of the playoffs

17 May 2014 | 12:09 am Trouble in Oklahoma. OKC Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka is reportedly out for the remainder of the season. The NBAs leading shot blocker suffered a Grade 2 strain on his left calf in their Game 6 clinching win Continued The post Serge Ibaka expected to be out for the rest of the playoffs appeared first on SLAMonline Philippines. http://ph.sports.yahoo.com/news/serge-ibaka-expected-rest-playoffs-000909346–nba.html

OKC sheriff tweets are hilarious and popular

16 May 2014 | 9:41 pm OKLAHOMA CITY Oklahoma Countys sheriff wants basketball fans and the Oklahoma City Thunder to know that streaking is illegal but cheering, loudly, for the NBA team has yet… http://nypost.com/2014/05/16/okc-sheriff-tweets-are-hilarious-and-popular/

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8 Responses to OKC Thunder

    • Curator says:

      Obv could go either way, OKC has 2 of the best players in the league as well as Ibaka, who is a nightmare for Splitter, Dunc, and parker when he goes in the lane. that sai .. i got spurs in 7. 2 factors bein.. spurs 3 point shooting/Ibaka’s injury

  • Baller T says:

    Heat Vs Thunder Rematch? Anyone else thinks this will happen? Pacers are horrible, they struggled against Hawks and Wizards. Spurs cant beat OKC.

  • Richie says:

    After The OKC-LAC And Miami-Brooklyn Games, Should The NBA Change Rules? Yesterday, it was Thunder-Clippers and tonight, Heat-Nets games where questionable calls at crucial moments of the game may have affected the result.

    I’m talking about the no-call foul, out of bounds call.

    Pierce was clearly fouled by Lebron, there was no foul called, the ball clearly went off of Pierce. The refs review the play, saw what really happened, but since they cannot call a foul after an original out of bounds call, they just award the ball to the Nets to make up for the no-foul call.

    Should the NBA allow the refs to call a foul after review? Isn’t that more proper?

  • Terrelle says:

    Who Agrees With Me Russell Westbrook Is Better Than KD And The Spurs Not Going Anywhere This Year.? Russell westbrook carried the okc thunder throughout this matchup against the clippers Skip bayless was right the batman of the team is better than Kevin rnt he got bailed by RW and and Reggie Jackson from game 4 vs grizzles Russell your the real MVP. And the spurs not winning nothing this year they cant beat the heat for sh*t nobody can beat the heat in a 7 game series

  • Idiosonic says:

    Doc Rivers Crying Again? Doc said “we got robbed” after this loss. Lets just forget about all the BS calls that the clips got against golden state and okc thus far shall we? Doc has no right to complain, the call should have never won the thunder the game. Paul choked and Doc was like a deer in the headlights coaching. Dont blame the refs for that loss, blame your terrible coaching and your “superstar” (and expert choker) Paul for letting the thunder back into the game

    Should doc still cry or should he man up and say we blew it?

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