2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
49-33, 4th in Northwest
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1dRoyce Young

Russ gets better of Lillard in chippy Game 3 win

With OKC backed into a virtual must-win, Russell Westbrook cranked up his intensity Friday night, scoring 33 points and aiming plenty of trash talk at Blazers star Damian Lillard as the Thunder took Game 3.

Westbrook, George not in the mood to answer questions (0:46)
Russ and Dame battle it out in OKC (2:07)
Blazers take offense to George's slam after buzzer (0:33)
Russ hits dagger 3 in final minutes (0:18)
Russ rocks Dame to sleep again (0:33)
Lillard hits back-to-back shots from deep (0:32)
Westbrook rocks Lillard to sleep after big shot (0:30)
Another fan hits $20K shot in OKC (0:19)
Morris slams down dunk off sick alley-oop (0:37)
George drains bucket for and-1 opportunity (0:32)
Fan wins $20K for half-court shot (0:17)
2d

The Hoop Collective: NBA Playoffs Update

ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim McMahon discuss the latest from the NBA Playoffs and how worried the 76ers should be about Joel Embiid's knee injury (3:15). Brian then talks about James Harden's greatness and how Houston's superstar reminds him of Peyton Manning (19:20). The crew also dives in to Kevin Durant's big game last night and if the Rockets could beat the Warriors in the next round (33:15). Lastly, the crew reacts to Denver's troubling performance thus far (46:27).

Jefferson: Thunder have more at stake than one playoff series (1:35)
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4dRoyce Young

Westbrook vows to play better after loss

Thunder guard Russell Westbrook finished a rebound shy of a triple-double on Tuesday, but he called his play in the Game 2 loss to the Trail Blazers "unacceptable."

George sends defender stumbling backwards (0:19)
Westbrook and the media don't always get along (1:07)
6d

Upset? Reacting to Game 1s

Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han and Rachel Nichols offer overall thoughts from opening weekend (3:20), if any favored team should be worried (10:20), offseason anxiety (39:00) and more.

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.57th
Rebounds Per Game48.12nd
Assists Per Game23.423rd
Points Allowed111.115th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-194933.598
2017-184834.585
2016-174735.573
2015-165527.671
2014-154537.549