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Well now what am I supposed to do with all of this Bob Stoops Florida State merch I bought...
Avery Bradly won’t play tomorrow against Minnesota, but he’s been cleared for full contact, the Lakers say, and is day to day going forward.
OU wins because...
of defense? pic.twitter.com/2PNeoLJkFR
Is that six straight? I’ve lost count.
Good now here comes Baylor Brady... pic.twitter.com/KX6FtTLrgc
After serving a one-game suspension from the Thunder for a locker room altercation, Deonte Burton has been assigned to the G-League.
Not exactly a banner day for either team regarding the handling of potential head injuries
It’s ok Jalen should stop making throws like that around midse ::yells for no reason::
Charlie Brewer is gonna have nightmares of being chased by a K-9 tonight
How did Lamb catch that while also surviving a multi car collision?!?
Time to pull on my OU jersey. Might screw around and wear it “Delay of Game” style
Chris Paul came through wIth a key assist for the Thunder on Friday.
“Call it what you want to”: theathletic.com/1440579/2019/1…
Prayers up @Rodney Hood
Prayers up @Rodney Hood 🙏🏾
G O O D W I N.... pic.twitter.com/cVBAZFgbtH
For what it’s worth, these kind of posters (are posted in basically every locker room (home and visitor) throughout the league: pic.twitter.com/6pyx6mWCf6
Chris Paul bestie Scott Foster giving CP zero credit for calling out the Jordan Bell delay of game.
Foster to pool reporter: “Mark and I saw him coming into the court without his shirt tucked in.” pic.twitter.com/7iPkhh3uqt
Dennis Schröder breaking down the Hail Mary that sent the game into overtime: pic.twitter.com/MJ8kqMDomu
Chris Paul pointed out to official Scott Foster that Jordan Bell’s jersey was untucked, leading to that critical delay of game call. pic.twitter.com/xYgFsKdK6I
Chris Paul discussing the untucked jersey play — pic.twitter.com/Xe5hKzQ5zL
Dennis Schröder said he blacked out a little after the game-tying layup to send the game to OT. Thought the security guard was going to celebrate with him. pic.twitter.com/Jfffmf66Pj
As Chris Paul walked over for his media availability he heard some people talking about the delay of game. “Yeah I told them his jersey was untucked,” Paul said. “I know the rules.”
Chris Paul breaking down the Jordan Bell untucked jersey he called out.
Did he know the T-Wolves already had one delay of game earlier?
Now that Oregon has done its job just a quick reminder to OU about tomorrow pic.twitter.com/rpYtQBaLTg
Jordan Bell declined to talk to reporters, walking out of the locker room after a couple requests. “I’ll save my money,” he said as he walked by reporters.
Wolves coach Ryan Saunders said the explanation he was given for the second delay of game was because of Bell’s untucked jersey. Also Saunders said Towns was supposed to miss the last free throw of regulation.
T-Wolves coach Ryan Saunders said the technical foul at the end of the fourth quarter was for delay of game on Jordan Bell. Bell was attempting to enter the game with his jersey untucked. It was the second delay of game warning on the T-Wolves in the game. Proved to be crucial.
Five takeaways from the Thunder's 139-127 overtime win over the Timberwolves oklahoman.com/article/564922…
T-Wolves postgame mood pic.twitter.com/24fmeDXQgq
Lost in this chaos: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander absolutely owned the overtime. He had 11 of the Thunder's 17 in OT, finishing with 29 total.
Final: Thunder 139, T-Wolves 127 OT
SGA 29-5-2 (12-of-12 FTs). Career high in points
OKC is dominating overtime. Crusher loss here for the Wolves. After Josh Okogie grabbed an offensive rebound with a couple seconds left that seemed to seal it, they celebrated like it was over.
Apparently the delay of game was called because their sub -- Jordan Bell -- was checking in with an untucked shirt. Chris Paul was very loudly yelling, "jersey out! jersey out!"
Schröder big time to start OT, taking the defensive challenge. Big block on Teague.
Towns should not have made his free throw. With OKC out of timeouts and 1.1 left, missing it would’ve ended the game, or at least forced a 60-foot heave. And up two or one there, it wouldn’t have mattered.
A 7-game Thunder/Wolves series would be closer than any NBA Finals ever
THIS GAME IS INSANE
WILD. Dennis Schroder ties it up. Crazy pass from Steven Adams. Overtime.
Incredible. Steven Adams floor-length perfect inbounds pass to Dennis Schröder in stride and Schröder scores a layup at the buzzer.
Overtime coming. 122-122
And suddenly, this is some kind of a wild game in OKC. Steven Adams with a perfect Hail Mary to Dennis Schroder with 1.1 left. But it can’t after a delay of game tech by the Wolves that made it a two point game.
TWolves give the Thunder a free throw with a technical foul.
So the end of this Thunder/Wolves game is unique