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Somebody just sent me this clip of me in warm ups
I love PJ3s social media presence. He's showing a side we don't generally get to see. I hope he's not called into the principle's office.
Just a few examples. Some of PJ3s posts have "inappropriate language," but short of that he's doing nothing wrong. But I'm not his boss.
Perk got pressured into deleting his Twitter account for speaking his mind. Lamb also was instructed to remove a wad of cash he instagrammed
Half joking about PJ3s instagram. He did nothing wrong. But OKC frowns upon certain social media liberties.
Steve Blake, Farmar and Nash out, Kobe has only played two games on his Achilles. Westbrook is going to score 200 points tomorrow.
NOT ME THO!!
Jeremy Lamb is shooting 47% overall and 40% from three. Kevin Martin shot 41% overall and 41% from three last year.
Russell Westbrook is currently sixth in Western backcourt players with 149,065 votes. Behind Kobe, CP3, Curry, Lin and Harden.
Personally, I've got no problem with Kobe being second in the West in votes. It's about what fans want to see, and fans want to see Kobe.
Kevin Durant is second overall in the first All-Star balloting returns with 607,407 votes (LeBron with 609,336).
Here's Jeremy Lamb's current shot chart. Pretty impressive: http://t.co/zpACgOeI2u
NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENING IN LIFE... GOD IS GREAT.
This what the barbershop like all the time.. Ladies this is y it take us so long
Steven Adams in the postgame locker room: "I feel good, bro." Said he's sprained his ankle plenty of times. Not sure on timetable though.
KD on the win: "You gotta realize, they didn’t have Marc Gasol and Tony Allen, that changes their whole team."
Steven Adams was limping a bit in the postgame locker room, but not bad. No walking boot. Ankle sprain, but doesn't look too serious.
Going from Knicks-Bulls to Warriors-Mavs that quickly is like walking out of a darkroom directly into the sun.
Reggie Lamb tonight: 35 points on 13-19 shooting, five rebounds and three assists in 41 minutes.
Thunder beat the Grizzlies 116-100. Westbrook with 27, 6 rebounds and 9 assists, Durant with 18, Lamb with 18 on (7-9), Jackson with 17.
Thunder dominate the Grizzlies 116-100 in Memphis. Everyone contributes. OKC now 17-4 on season, winners of 12 of 13.
I can't help but wonder how much better Jeremy Lamb would be if he didn't have to stop and yawn before each shot.
Thunder with five players in double-figures: Westbrook 27, KD 18, Lamb 18, Jackson 15, Ibaka 12.
Jeremy Lamb with a new career high of 18 points. On 7-9 shooting.
Grizzlies lead the league in male pattern baldness.
Jeremy Lamb's cooking. Has 16 on 6-7 shooting and just hit back-to-back 3s.
Official from the Thunder: Steven Adams, right ankle sprain, will not return.
Jeremy Lamb now 6/7 for 16 points in 20 minutes tonight. He's 3/3 from deep.
Steven Adams limps to the locker room. Definitely a right ankle twist.
Steven Adams just rolled his ankle badly. Tried to walk it off, but couldn't stay on his feet.
Looked like Steven Adams twisted his right ankle pretty bad on a rebound. Still down.
Thunder with 89 points through three quarters in Memphis tonight. Only averaged 89.6 ppg in five-game series vs Grizzlies in May.
Jeremy Lamb the past two nights: 34 minutes, 21 points, 9/14 shooting.
Thunder rolling in Memphis. Jeremy Lamb dunk, lead stretched to 22.
Fox Sports Oklahoma loves the phantom cam as much as Scott Brooks loves Derek Fisher.
Not much of a contest in Memphis. Thunder leads the Grizzlies, 70-50, with 8:40 left in the third quarter. Westbrook dominating with 24/6/8.
Russell Westbrook with 24 points in the game, nine in the first 3+ minutes of the third quarter. Torching Memphis' backcourt.
The Perk-Westbrook backcut connection is ridiculously good.
Kendrick Perkins was feeling sick in the first half, according to the team. But he's expected to start the second.
Thunder lead Memphis 57-42 at the half. Durant with 16 and 5 boards, Westbrook 15, 6 rebounds and 8 assists. Thunder shooting 50 percent.
Great half for the Thunder ends with an athletic tip-in by Perry Jones. OKC up 15. Box score: http://t.co/My29VQNPzY
Russell Westbrook with 15 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds in the first half.
Grizzlies fans behind me whenever Tayshaun Prince starts an offensive move: 'Nooooooo'. Perkins treatment.
This lineup for OKC is crazy athletic/long: Westbrook, Jones, Durant, Ibaka and Collison. Defense is just ridiculous right now.
Russell Westbrook has been hitting the share button a lot lately. Had 24 total assists the previous two games, has seven so far tonight.
KD and Westbrook with a combined 26 points late in the first half. Thunder lead back to seven.
Scott Brooks letting Adams play with three fouls in the second quarter. Good chance to learn how to play in that situation.
Perry Jones with some first half minutes.
Steven Adams picks up fouls for just being strong. I feel like that's how the ref should call it. "Foul, No. 12, being too strong."
I really dig the new variation of the old skip pass play the Thunder are running. Derek Fisher just splashed a 3 from it.
Thunder up 25-22 on Memphis after one. Russell Westbrook (10-4-4) on a triple-double pace.
Zach Randolph doing it all for Memphis in the first quarter: 11 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals.
Russell Westbrook with 10 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds in the first nine minutes. Thunder up 8.
Thunder up 10 on a depleted Memphis team early.
Steven Adams, running to the scorer's table, turns back to bench: "You want me to guard Randolph?". Brooks: "Yep"
Favorite part of that KD and-1 was him taking an extra second to recognize Roberson's steal.
Steal for Roberson leads to and-1 for KD. Best stretch of the rookie's early career.
Andre Roberson hits a corner 3. /fans self
Andre Roberson just hit his first career three. If he can drill that at a semi-consistent level, he'll be a good pro.
Thunder been catching some breaks on the road lately. No Cousins in Sacto, no Davis in New Orleans, no Gasol/Allen/Pondexter in Memphis.
Out for Memphis tonight: Marc Gasol, Quincy Pondexter. Doubtful: Tony Allen and Ed Davis.
Spotted in the Memphis media area: Young Pau --> http://t.co/43mYNAEJK9
Thabo Sefolosha going through a pregame workout in Memphis. Out tonight, but injury doesn't sound serious: http://t.co/KW57iiLOuJ
No Thabo Sefolosha tonight. Andre Roberson to once again start in his place.
Got to meet my nephew!!!!
Kendrick Perkins on the courtside Atlanta fan who spurred heated postgame conversation: "Sometimes they can get a little disrespectful."
Asked Westbrook if the fan was chirping too much during the game. Westbrook: 'Yeah, yeah, yeah'
KD, clearly sarcastic, on the altercation with the fan: "He really respected how we played, wanted to tell all of us one by one."
In the video, it looks like Durant was putting his mouthpiece in his sock, not getting ready to untie his shoes to give the fan his shoes.
It almost seemed as if the Thunder players knew the guy and were just chatting, until Perk and Ibaka started to usher Westbrook away.
Thunder finish off the Hawks, 101-92. Durant with 30, 10 boards and 5 assists, Ibaka 19 and 10, Westbrook 14 and 11 assists, Jackson with 13
This was the Thunder's first road win this season over a team with a winning record. Now 6-4 away from OKC.
Three Thunder players had double-doubles: KD with 30 pts/10 rebs, RW with 14 pts/11 asts, Serge with 19 pts/10 rebs.
Thunder beat Atlanta 101-92, improve to 16-4 on the season. Up next: At Memphis tomorrow night.
Hawks fans sick and tired of superstar calls KD is getting. Lol