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2017 Schedule
32-25, 2nd in Northwest
Stats & Info

Expect Thunder to make the playoffs

With a big gap between them and the eighth-seed Nuggets in the West, the Thunder are a virtual lock for the playoffs, according to BPI.

Are Russell Westbrook's triple-double stats inflated? (1:25)
Plenty to watch in the NBA's second half (1:39)
Larry W. Smith/EPA
2dMarc Stein

Thunder jump to No. 12

In a one-time offer, Marc Stein calls upon you, the loyal Power Rankings fan, to provide the arguments for this week's assessments.

Don't anticipate a KD-Russ reunion (1:34)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Russell Westbrook leads the NBA in points scored (1,771). That's the most points scored for any player at the All-Star break since Nate "Tiny" Archibald scored 1,810 points before the break in 1972-73.

Will Westbrook continue to give KD icy treatment? (2:04)
KD, Westbrook go vintage, briefly, in ASG (0:53)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Kevin Durant recorded the fourth triple-double in NBA All-Star Game history. The other 3 are by Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Michael Jordan.


Quite an All-Star night (again) for Russ

Russell Westbrook didn't become the first three-time MVP in NBA All-Star play, but he still put on an impressive show. Next up, the final 25 games of the Thunder's regular season.

Westbrook has fun with reporters asking about Durant (1:04)
Durant and Westbrook back on the same page with dunk (0:17)

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

With this dunk, Anthony Davis tied Wilt Chamberlain's single-game scoring record of 42 points. He broke it one play later and now has 44 points. But Russell Westbrook (41) is close on his heels with 5:34 left.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Russell Westbrook caught fire at the end of the third quarter, draining four 3-pointers in the final 1:17 to give him 31 points and give the West a 144-139 lead. Westbrook scored 31 last year and 41 two years ago, winning MVP honors both times. No player has won 3 straight All-Star Game MVP Awards.

Westbrook shoves Wall... then gives him a wink (0:25)
Durant connects with Westbrook for alley-oop dunk in West's win (0:43)
Westbrook and Durant warm up on opposite ends of the court (0:23)

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Mark it down in the box score: with 4:58 left in the first quarter, Kevin Durant assisted on a Russell Westbrook dunk, shortly after Westbrook checked in for the first time. So much for that drama.

Announcer introduces Durant from OKC. It's awkward (0:20)

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.913th
Rebounds Per Game46.23rd
Assists Per Game21.024th
Points Allowed106.019th

Team History


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