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47-35, 2nd in Northwest
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Summer Forecast: West standings for 2017-18

Adding Paul George didn't give the Thunder the win total boost in our projections that many would expect. But it is enough to project home court in the first round of the playoffs.

Why hasn't Westbrook signed extension yet? (1:17)
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NBA's best will have the brightest lights

Not surprisingly, the five teams set to make the most nationally televised appearances next season all made the playoffs and have some of the NBA's top superstars.

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Russell Westbrook has recorded a triple-double against every opponent he has faced in his career except the Bulls. He will get his first chance to do so in the Thunder's 6th game of the year when they travel to Chicago on October 28. He has another crack at recording a triple-double against his 29th different opponent on November 15 when the Bulls go to Oklahoma City.

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The Thunder play 37 times on national television games this season (including NBATV), up from 30 last season.

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The Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder meet for the first time this season on Nov. 22 in OKC. Kevin Durant squares off against Russell Westbrook and Paul George.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

On Jan. 3, the Thunder visit the Lakers. Considering that Paul George made it no secret that he originally wanted to become a Laker before being traded, this game will have plenty of buzz.

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PG-13 visits Indy in Dec. as NBA slate drops

Paul George will see the Pacers before Christmas, but Jimmy Butler and Gordon Hayward will have to wait until 2018 for their first trips to Chicago and Utah, respectively.

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Summer Forecast: Will Thunder make biggest jump?

Yes, the Western Conference is stacked, but with Paul George and Patrick Patterson teaming up with Russell Westbrook, the Thunder now have much better shooting and spacing.

Could Durant pay cut bring George to Warriors? (1:17)
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Christmas Day schedule revealed

ESPN's annual marathon is once again filled with juicy matchups, including a rematch of the last three NBA Finals, a key Eastern Conference showdown and a battle of last season's top two MVP candidates.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder open their season hosting the Knicks on Oct. 19 and will take on the Rockets on Christmas in OKC.

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Patrick Patterson had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee and will be re-evaluated in 4-6 weeks. He will likely be ready for training camp.

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Thunder F Patterson has surgery on left knee

Patrick Patterson, who signed with the Thunder in the offseason, had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, the team announced. He will be re-evaluated in four to six weeks.

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Warriors-Cavs tops NBA's Christmas presence

The Warriors and Cavs highlight a Christmas slate that includes the Rockets, Thunder, Celtics, Wizards, 76ers, Knicks, Timberwolves and Lakers.

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The Thunder will play the Brooklyn Nets in Mexico City on Dec. 7. The Nets will also take on the Miami Heat in Mexico City on Dec. 9.

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Step aside, Russ? Predicting 2018's NBA MVP

Will Russell Westbrook deliver an encore performance? Will Kevin Durant, Steph Curry or LeBron James add another trophy to the mantle? Our ESPN Forecast panel predicts the star most likely to win MVP in 2017-18.

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.611th
Rebounds Per Game46.61st
Assists Per Game21.025th
Points Allowed105.816th

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