• By Tony Capobianco | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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In 2012, Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera was named American League MVP for being the first player since Ted Williams to record a triple crown season.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer
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ORLANDO — There is almost no chance Russell Westbrook misses out on averaging a triple-double at this point. After his 37-point, 13-rebound, 10-assist performance Monday in Dallas, he’s now averaging a league-leading 31.4 points to go with 10.5 rebounds and 10.4 assists.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer
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ORLANDO — Oklahoma City shooting guard Victor Oladipo will make his return to Orlando on Wednesday, even if it won't be nearly as anticipated as some other Thunder-related return games this year.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer
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DALLAS — A chair served no purpose for Russell Westbrook during the the two fourth quarter minutes before he re-entered Monday’s 92-91 win in Dallas.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer
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DALLAS — Norris Cole was the first point guard off the bench for his initial four games after signing with Oklahoma City on March 1. He lost that responsibility quickly, though. Fellow floor general Semaj Christon took over backup duties in game No. 5, and it hasn’t changed since.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City’s Sunday afternoon matinee in Houston will be eventful. It will have everything anyone could want in a basketball game: Superstars playing similar positions and leading a couple of playoff teams going head-to-head. 

  • Fred Katz | CNHI Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City veteran Nick Collison got into a game Wednesday night for the first time since Feb. 11. Collison entered the Thunder's eventual 122-97 blowout of Philadelphia with about eight-and-a-half minutes remaining in the final period.

  • John McKelvey | CNHI Oklahoma

NORMAN — Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon's draft stock is beginning to rise, perhaps all the way to the first round.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

With the dust beginning to settle and some of the shock starting to wear off, it's a good time to take a breath, step back and assess who really is to blame for Brad Underwood's stunning departure from Oklahoma State to Illinois. 

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer
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OKLAHOMA CITY – Conventional wisdom says Oklahoma City isn’t in a position to rest Russell Westbrook down the season's final stretch. The Thunder could end up with any playoff seed between No. 4 and 7, and Westbrook is, of course, someone who could help propel them up the standings.  

  • By Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Four days after Brad Underwood’s unexpected departure for the University of Illinois, one of the returning Cowboys talked about it.

  • By Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI News Oklahoma
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There’s been a lot said and written about who are possible candidates or who should be hired as the next men’s basketball coach at Oklahoma State.

  • By Jordan Bishop | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Although Oklahoma State is losing one of its best defensive linemen in recent years to the NFL Draft in Vincent Taylor, defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer isn’t worried.

  • By Jeff Hopper | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

There’s a saying that I’ve heard my entire life, if you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, just wait 10 minutes, it’ll change.

  • By Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

SEATTLE — Only about 15 minutes earlier, Washington and Oklahoma had walked off the Alaska Airlines Arena court, the Huskies' resounding 108-82 victors when, in the postgame press conference, a reporter asked Sooner coach Sherri Coale about a longer-than-normal exchange between she and Washington coach Mike Neighbors in the handshake line.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook left the locker room following Monday night’s 111-95 loss to Golden State with a bandage around his right palm. But Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan said he was “not at all” concerned about the floor burn on his best player’s shooting hand.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City forward Jerami Grant will go up against his former team when the Thunder welcome Philadelphia to town Wednesday evening. OKC traded for Grant only three games into the regular season, bringing him over from the 76ers for power forward Ersan Ilyasova and a future first-round pick.

  • By Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

SEATTLE — If you can’t stop them, you can’t beat them, and Oklahoma did not begin to stop Washington Monday night inside Alaska Airlines Arena.

  • By Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

SEATTLE — It’s unclear how this season of Oklahoma women’s basketball will be remembered. One thing it won’t be remembered for is great defense.

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — Golden State coach Steve Kerr responded Monday morning to an ESPN report that the Warriors were “furious and bewildered” about the Thunder’s handling of Kevin Durant’s return to Oklahoma City back in February.