Some of the most touching moments in sports have been between athletes and their mothers. For Mother's Day, here are some of the best.
- 3/27L 111-94
- 3/29L 127-106
- 3/31W 113-103
- 4/2L 140-103
- 4/3L 133-85
- 4/5L 132-108
- 4/7L 113-102
- 4/8L 129-102
- 4/10L 117-93
- 4/13L 106-96
- 4/14L 147-109
- 4/16L 110-104
- 4/18L 112-106
- 4/19L 119-107
- 4/21L 122-116
- 4/23L 129-109
- 4/26L 121-90
- 4/27W 119-115
- 4/29L 109-95
- 5/1L 152-95
- 5/2L 123-120
- 5/4L 103-99
- 5/6L 118-97
- 5/8L 136-97
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Russell Westbrook tied Oscar Robertson for most career triple-doubles on Saturday. The numbers are staggering.
— Stephen Curry scored 49 points in 29 minutes and matched his season best with 11 3-pointers and the Golden State Warriors beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 136-97 on Saturday night.
— Stephen Curry had 34 points and seven assists and the Golden State Warriors raced past the Oklahoma City Thunder 118-97 on Thursday night.
— Buddy Hield had 18 points and 11 rebounds to help the Sacramento Kings beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-99 on Tuesday night for their third straight win.
So many questions remain. Here's where every NBA team stands ahead of the regular season's final two weeks.
— Devin Booker scored 32 points, and the Phoenix Suns held off the Oklahoma City Thunder 123-120 on Sunday night.
Behind a franchise record 152 points, the Indiana Pacers handed the Oklahoma City Thunder the largest home loss in NBA history on Saturday, 152-95.
— Domantas Sabonis had a triple-double in the first half and the Indiana Pacers flirted with the most lopsided victory in NBA history before beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 152-95 on Saturday night.
— Zion Williamson scored 27 points, and the New Orleans Pelicans defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 109-95 on Thursday night.
— Lu Dort scored 24 points, Darius Bazley added 21 points and 10 rebounds, and the Oklahoma City Thunder snapped a 14-game skid with a 119-115 win over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night.
— Joel Embiid scored 21 points, Ben Simmons had 12 in his return to the lineup and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Oklahoma City 121-90 on Monday night, sending the Thunder to their franchise record-tying 14th straight loss.
With three weeks until the playoffs, the races atop both conferences are heating up. And did we mention the Knicks?
— Russell Westbrook had another triple-double in his return to Oklahoma City, and the Washington Wizards beat the Thunder 129-109 on Friday night for their seventh straight win.
— With seven men out, the Indiana Pacers came up big by playing small ball Wednesday night, running away from the reeling Oklahoma City Thunder 122-116.
Oklahoma City's home arena will have a new name as Chesapeake Energy Corp. has terminated its naming rights agreement with the Thunder.