OKC THUNDER

50-36 (43-43 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 114.5 7th
Rebounds Per Game 48.1 2nd
Assists Per Game 23.4 23rd
Points Allowed 111.1 15th
2018-19 Northwest Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Denver 54 28 .659 W1
Portland 53 29 .646 W3
Utah 50 32 .610 L1
Oklahoma City 49 33 .598 W5
Minnesota 36 46 .439 L3

Injuries

  • SF
    Andre Roberson (Knee) is out indefinitely

OKC THUNDER News

  • 4 hours ago

    Bleacher Report: Video: Paul George Calls Damian Lillard's Buzzer-Beater 'A Bad Shot'

    Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard's 37-foot, buzzer-beating three sent the Blazers to the second round of the playoffs Tuesday, but Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Paul George felt it was a low-percentage attempt.

    As seen in the following video from Ben Golliver of the Washington Post, George called the Lillard make that sent OKC packing in Game 5 of its first-round series a "bad shot."

    Ben Golliver

    Thunder's Paul George on defending deep game-winner by Blazers' Damian Lillard: "That's a bad shot. I don't care what anybody says.

  • 5 hours ago

    NewsOK.com: Assessing the Thunder's summer, from the salary cap to three key questions

    A quick look at the summer ahead for the Thunder, including three key questions, the salary cap breakdown and what non-player assets OKC has at its disposal:

    Three key questions

    Is Billy Donovan coming back? The Thunder picked up the fifth-year option on Donovan's contract on Dec. 17 , but since then OKC experienced wild inconsistencies. Those start on the offensive end, where Donovan's "tactical competence" general manager Sam Presti lauded back in 2015 wasn't always apparent. At the same time, Donovan has been equipped with a team of sub-par shooters or shot creators, not to mention his primary ballhandler ( Russell Westbrook ) had a career-worst shooting season.

  • Daily Thunder: Dame Calls Game, Blazers Win 118-115 to End Thunder Season

    NBA

    The Portland Trail Blazers ended the Oklahoma City Thunder's season in Game 5 on Tuesday night at the Moda Center. With the Thunder leading by 15 points midway through the fourth quarter, the half court offense stalled, free throws weren't converted, and costly turnovers allowed Portland to get right back into it. The game was tied with under a minute to go and Paul George's elbow jumper put OKC up two with 39 seconds to go. But Damian Lillard had the last laugh -- first with a reverse layup to tie it, later with a 37-foot step-back three to win the game at the buzzer.

  • 9 hours ago

    Official Site of the Thunder: Deep Buzzer-Beater Ends Thunder's Resilient Effort, 2018-19 Season - OKC 115, POR 118

    PORTLAND - Thirty-seven feet. 37. Over 13 feet behind the three-point line. Just inside and to the right of the Portland Trail Blazers logo, with the game clock winding down to nothing, Blazers guard Damian Lillard capped his historic 50-point night with the gut punch this game and series had earned: a 37-foot side-step three-pointer at the buzzer to finish off the Thunder's 2018-19 season with a 4-1 first round series loss.

    The final score of 118-115 took a winding road to arrive, but it landed with a splash as the red lights flashed from Lillard, capping a 13-3 closing run by Portland over the final 3:08 and an outrageous shooting performance from Lillard, who went 17-of-33 and made 10 three-pointers.

  • 12 hours ago

    Fansided: Grades: OKC Thunder lose Game 5, and series in heartbreaking fashion

    There are no words for this one.

    The OKC Thunder played their best game of the entire series. They took a 15 point lead in the 4th quarter, only to watch it slip away in the most painful of ways. Damian Lillard, who scorched the Earth all night, hit a back-breaking and series clinching, 3-pointer as time expired to give Portland a 118-115 win.

    This scribe is simply heartbroken for this team because they played their hearts out. Unfortunately for the OKC Thunder, the Blazers were the better team in this series. And by team, I mean that they had Damian Lillard and the Thunder did not.

  • Today at 12:46am
  • Dennis on 17 points. https://t.co/YJ0SlWCN40

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  • Today at 12:38am
  • INTENSE. #ThunderUP by 10. https://t.co/W2rDPU2KVI

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  • Today at 12:26am
  • Treys are falling late in Q3. @JeramiGrant https://t.co/JFkv1EJQhn

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  • Today at 12:10am

    NewsOK.com: Will Billy Donovan be back with the Thunder? Should Donovan be back?

    PORTLAND, Ore. - Billy Donovan walked into what could be his final NBA pregame press conference wearing dark pants, light blue shirt and a black-and-blue necktie. In other words, business as usual. Whatever you think of Donovan, give him this. The guy doesn't change. He's the orchestra on the Titanic. Bob Newhart at the Stratford Inn....

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  • Today at 12:06am
  • TFerg gives the Thunder the lead. #OKCvsPOR https://t.co/skDvvslyD6

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  • Yesterday at 11:54pm
  • BUZZER. BUCKET. @Yg_Trece scores 20 in first half. https://t.co/xuGWG7efrO

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  • Yesterday at 11:32pm
  • George/Westbrook combo. #ThunderUp https://t.co/yexr5C520h

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  • Yesterday at 11:18pm
  • THUNDER DEFENSE. @russwest44 https://t.co/VUm0UXYzaW

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  • Yesterday at 11:08pm
  • Russell's getting . #ThunderUP https://t.co/SQlMJwglQb

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  • Yesterday at 10:50pm
  • Early Thunderstorm, 10-point lead. Russ dishes to Steven. https://t.co/Hc7suf4MuC

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