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2020 Schedule
4th in Northwest
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6d

3-time NBA champion Livingston retires at 34

Veteran NBA guard Shaun Livingston, who came back from a devastating knee injury early in his career to become one of the league's savviest players, has retired at age 34.

7d

Sam Anderson

Zach talks to Sam Anderson of The New York Times Magazine about his book "Boom Town," the history of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kevin Durant's recent comments, the Russell Westbrook and James Harden trades, and much more.

Stephen A.: KD wasn't the leader in OKC (1:25)
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9d

Durant: 'Some days I hate the circus of the NBA'

"The circus of the NBA" is one thing Kevin Durant could do without, as he sees it as one of the reasons for his messy breakups with Oklahoma City and Golden State.

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12dAnthony Olivieri

Sikma's HOF speech: 'It's time' for NBA in Seattle

SuperSonics legend Jack Sikma, a driving force behind the franchise's only NBA title 40 years ago, pleaded with the league to bring back pro basketball to Seattle for the first time since 2008 during his Hall of Fame induction speech Friday night.

Behind the scenes of Chris Paul's Body Issue shoot (3:32)
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27d

Gilgeous-Alexander: Not filling Westbrook's shoes

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who is preparing to step into the point guard position Russell Westbrook held for 11 years for the Oklahoma City Thunder, wants to temper expectations. Maybe that is understandable.

Young: CP3 will play with plenty of motivation next year (1:20)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder announced the signing of center Justin Patton today, and it's a three-year deal worth $5.3m, according to league sources. This year has $700k guaranteed, year two is non-guaranteed and year three has a team option. He brings the roster to 14 and actually puts OKC back over the tax by $921k. The Thunder won't be a team that remains in the tax this season, and $921k is a workable number to trim down. Patton is a former first round pick (No. 16 in 2017) and just 22 years old.

Jalen is hyped for Russ' return to OKC, Lakers-Clippers on Christmas (1:52)
43d

The Hoop Collective: Rich Paul Rule, Team USA, 'Melo

Brian Windhorst, Kevin Arnovitz and Royce Young open the show by breaking down the "Rich Paul Rule" and what it really means. Then, the guys discuss Team USA's roster, Gregg Popovich's coaching plans and how the Celtics players in camp are using this as a chance to build team chemistry (8:52). Plus, they talk about Kyle Lowry's important role on the team (25:10) and Carmelo Anthony's fallout with the Thunder (34:11).

Melo: Wasn't my choice to step away but had to (0:47)
Melo: Never said anything about a farewell tour (1:04)

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Oklahoma City and forward Patrick Patterson have agreed to a buyout on the final season of his contract, allowing him to become a free agent

Stephen A.: Melo isn't deserving of a farewell tour (1:58)
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54dRoyce Young

Westbrook: Ready to sacrifice for Rockets, title

After spending his first 11 seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Westbrook officially embarked on his new chapter Friday. "I only care about one team," he said, "and that's the Houston Rockets."

Westbrook praises OKC for taking him in (0:36)
CP3, Beal and Tatum play 1-on-1 (1:12)
Presti thinks 'the world of PG,' but trading him wasn't mutual (0:42)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder have announced coaching staff changes: David Akinyooye and Mark Daigneault have been promoted from the Blue, Dave Bliss promoted from a player development role, Mike Wilks promoted from scout, and Brian Keefe rejoins the staff (last three seasons with LAL). They join Maurice Cheeks and Vin Bhavnani on Billy Donovan's staff. The Thunder had assistant coaches Mark Bryant (Suns), Darko Rajakovic (Suns) and Bob Beyer (Kings) leave the team this offseason.

Friedell: OKC can't trade CP3 because of atrocious contract (0:43)

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.57th
Rebounds Per Game48.12nd
Assists Per Game23.423rd
Points Allowed111.116th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-194933.598
2017-184834.585
2016-174735.573
2015-165527.671