• 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.


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NOBLE – The Ada High School girls soccer team captured the consolation title Saturday in the Rose Rock Tournament by claiming a 1-0 decision over the Shawnee Lady Wolves.

BETHEL ACRES – Jordan Carter and Jayson Ellis each finished 3-for-4 from the plate with a double and three runs batted in Monday as the Ada Cougars rallied for an 11-8 victory over the host Bethel Wildcats.

The East Central University softball team bounced back from a 7-5 loss in nine innings to edge Henderson State 8-7 in Game 2 in a Sunday doubleheader at Tiger Field.

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.

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The Ada High boys golf team fully expects to be in the hunt for a Class 4A state championship this year.

WAYNE – The Asher Lady Indians settled for second place Saturday in the Wayne Tournament, dropping a 10-9 decision to Central Marlow in the if-necessary championship game.


ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — The East Central University baseball team picked up a 4-2 victory in the final game of the Great American Conference series Sunday at Henderson State.

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STONEWALL — Pinch-hitter Clio Heath hit a three-run, walk-off home run to help host Stonewall club Konawa 18-6 in a Beast of the East winner’s-bracket game last Thursday.

Oklahoma State Cowboys

Oklahoma Sooners

  • Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN — The Oklahoma women may not have to own the boards to bounce Gonzaga from the NCAA tournament. On the other hand, it sure wouldn’t hurt and, if it wants to get beyond the Bulldogs and dance its way back to Oklahoma City, quickly becoming better rebounding team may be a necessity.

  • CNHI Oklahoma

ATLANTA — For a second straight game, 12th-ranked Oklahoma’s bullpen, which had been stellar the first 19 games of the season at home, was not so stellar away from home.


  • 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
  • Updated

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
  • Updated

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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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