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Friday, May 24
I grew up riding bikes with my friends, siblings and even my dad. Today was the first time ever seeing my mom ride a bike. Lol
The people that found the picture are bringing it to him personally and are going to help in the clean-up. Sometimes people are awesome.
Person in Broken Arrow found a picture in their backyard (100 miles from OKC) and put it on Facebook. Turns out it's of my friend Mike. Wow.
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Thursday, May 23
Can iPhone block numbers?
HOW U TALK TO PEOPLE U MEET CAN REALLY ASPIRE HOW THEY LIVE THEIR LIVES. BE KIND TO THOSE WHO DO NOTHIN FOR U, EVEN IF U NOT HAVIN A GOODDAY
David Feherty on the NBA just now: "The hole is in the air. That's really confusing."
Durant received 102 of 119 possible first-team votes, second only to LeBron (119 out of 119).
This is Durant's fourth consecutive first-team All-NBA selection. This is Westbrook's third consecutive second-team selection.
I think the Thunder's playoff run without Westbrook proved the gap shouldn't have been that wide.
Russell Westbrook received just 20 first-place votes out of 119. First-Teamers Kobe Bryant and Chris Paul got 91 and 97, respectively...
All-NBA second-team: Russell Westbrook, Tony Parker, Blake Griffin, Carmelo Anthony and Marc Gasol.
All-NBA first-team: LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant and Chris Paul.
Dwyane Wade, James Harden, Paul George, David Lee and Dwight Howard made Third Team All-NBA.
Russell Westbrook, Tony Parker, Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin and Marc Gasol made Second Team All-NBA.
Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Chris Paul and Kobe Bryant have been named to the All-NBA First Team.
OK. That last tweet came before that last bucket by Bron. Seriously? A layup in that situation? Can't happen. Great game though.
Just now finishing up Game 1 of Heat-Pacers. What. A. Game.
If that's Shane Battier, he's getting to a spot and at least trying to take a charge. Young just watched him lay it in.
Re-watching LeBron's winner, one thing's also for sure: Sam Young's gotta go harder to contest than he did. Just gave Bron the layup.
Wednesday, May 22
Know who might've helped there on that contest? That 7-2 guy sitting on your bench, Frank.
Frank Vogel's probably gonna take Paul George out here.
Paul George gave up the switch there far too easily. With Hibbert inexplicably out, gotta fight harder to stay on Bron there.
Kevin Durant with friends, family and a member of the Red Cross and search and rescue team http://t.co/8XNVBYA53x
Durant graciously giving a young lady a pair of autographed shoes http://t.co/CRSQW2Uesh
Kevin Durant lifting a young lady's spirits by signing a pair of shoes http://t.co/K6DY6b2tPt
Kevin Durant today meeting with some of the people who are rebuilding in one of the hardest hit areas of Moore http://t.co/hU3axQEPhe
Point is, $2,000 to someone making $50,000 is a significant chunk of money. So KD giving $1 million is incredibly generous.
The Orlando Magic have donated $25,000 to aid with tornado recovery in Oklahoma.
Why do it take something terrible to happen for us to join together as 1. We should be a family period.
Tuesday, May 21
"Where were these Grizzlies last week?" -- every Thunder fan right now
Two things: 1) OKC got Ibaka & R. Jackson at 24. 2) Jeremy Lamb was the 12th pick. The pick, while disappointing, isn't as bad as you think.
Toronto went 17-16 w/ Rudy Gay in the lineup after getting him in a salary dump. One of many factors that made the pick worse than projected
Spare me this stuff about the Raptors being good this season. They've finished .500 or better twice in the 10 seasons prior to this year.
Last 10 No. 12 picks: J. Lamb, A. Burks, X. Henry, G. Henderson, J. Thompson, T. Young, H. Armstrong, Y. Korolev, R. Swift, N. Collison.
As I laid out today, when the Thunder made the deal, Toronto was coming off a 23-win season. This looked like a potential top five pick.
No doubt this 12th pick is the worst case scenario for the Thunder. But using it as part of a case against the Harden trade is just ignorant
Dan Gilbert's son, Nick, is the luckiest little guy on the planet.
The Thunder has landed the 12th pick in this year's draft via Toronto as part of the James Harden trade with Houston.
The Thunder will pick 12th in this year's draft.
Don't understand the lottery system? It determines only the top 3 picks. The remaining order is determined in reverse order of record.
Toronto can ONLY move up into the top THREE. The Raptors CANNOT move into any slot between 4 and 11.
A reminder. The pick CANNOT be 4 through 11. It can only be 1, 2, 3, or 12, 13 or 14. It's a 93.5 percent chance to be 12.
Watching the NBA Draft Lottery, OKC fans? Basically if Toronto's pick is 14, 13 or 12, it belongs to OKC. If not, it stays with Toronto.
Clay Bennett to the AP about KD's donation: "As extraordinary as that number is, it does not surprise me a bit."