Will Westbrook average a triple-double? What are the odds? - ABC News

Will Russell Westbrook average a triple-double this season? And what are his chances of doing so? History can only do so much to answer this question. After all, Westbrook is already in triple-double territory later than anyone since Oscar Robertson ...

Steven Adams out against Clippers, status undetermined for Thunder-Warriors - NewsOK.com

How long will the Thunder be without Steven Adams? Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman. Thunder center Steven Adams has been diagnosed with a concussion and will not play Monday night against the Los Angeles Clippers, the team announced ...

The W's: Previewing Thunder at Clippers - Norman Transcript

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Victor Oladipo (5) goes up for a shot ahead of Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers (25) during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. Los Angeles won 110-108. prev. next.

Steven Adams to miss game against LA Clippers through concussion - Newshub

Steven Adams will miss the Oklahoma City Thunder match against the LA Clippers after being sidelined with concussion. The injury occurred at the beginning of the third quarter in the team's win over the Sacramento Kings on Monday (NZ time) after Adams ...

Enes Kanter will likely start at center for Adams - FantasyPros

Enes Kanter will likely start on Monday in place of the injured Steven Adams against the Clippers. Kanter played one of his best games of the season on Sunday with 29 and 12. Joffrey Lauvergne and Nick Collison will see more run as well. (Erik Horne on ...

Steven Adams to sit out Thunder's next game under NBA concussion protocol - Stuff.co.nz

Steven Adams takes a blow to the back of the head while missing a rebound in the Thunder's latest win in the NBA. Kiwi basketball star Steven Adams will miss the OKC Thunder's next NBA game as he works his way through the US league's concussion ...

Adams Out Indefinitely With Concussion - news9.com KWTV

OKLAHOMA CITY -. The Thunder will be without starting center Steven Adams against the Clippers tonight. Adams suffered a concussion in OKC's 122-118 win in Sacramento on Sunday. Adams must pass a series of league-mandated tests before he can ...

Steven Adams to miss Monday's game at Clippers - Norman Transcript

Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan, left, talks with Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams, right, between plays against the Houston Rockets during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.

Enes Kanter: Enes Kanter listed as probable starter Monday - Rotoworld.com

Enes Kanter is being listed as the probable starter for Monday's game against the Clippers. This report is coming from the game notes, which are notoriously unreliable, but with Steven Adams (concussion) set to sit this one out Kanter moving into the ...

It's time to stop! (complaining to the officials) - Sactown Royalty

There's no statistic I can find that measures “complaints per 100 possessions” but if such a statistic were to exist, the Sacramento Kings would likely lead the NBA. DeMarcus Cousins is the main culprit of course (one thing that both pro and anti ...

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Los Angles Clippers: Score, TV channel, live stream & live updates - OregonLive.com

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook has a league-leading 20 triple-doubles this season. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo). Print Email · Sean Meagher | The Oregonian/OregonLive By Sean Meagher | The Oregonian/OregonLive The Oregonian

Thunder center Steven Adams sidelined with concussion - ESPN

LOS ANGELES -- Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams will miss Monday's game against the Los Angeles Clippers with a concussion, the team said. Adams is in the league's mandated concussion protocol; the timetable for his return is unknown.

Ruled out Monday with concussion - Rotowire

Adams is dealing with a concussion and has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Clippers, Royce Young of ESPN.com reports. ROTOWIRE FANTASY ANALYSIS. Adams suffered the injury while going for a rebound during the third quarter of ...

Steven Adams leaves game with suspected concussion - New Zealand Herald

Kiwi NBA star Steven Adams suffered a suspected concussion during the Oklahoma City Thunder's 122-118 victory over the Sacramento Kings yesterday. Adams took a fall early in the third quarter and eventually headed to the locker room. He was evaluated ...

'Undisciplined' Kings regressing at halfway point of 2016-17 season - Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

SACRAMENTO -- Undisciplined. It's a word that we haven't heard much, but it is one of the better ways of describing the 2016-17 Sacramento Kings 40 games into the season. “We're not a good team right now - plain and simple,” veteran Matt Barnes said ...

Oklahoma City Thunder's Enes Kanter comes up big with Steven Adams out - Tulsa World

Sacramento Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins, left, guards Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter during the second half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. The Thunder won 122-118. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli).

Undefeated Clippers to Test Streak Against the OKC Thunder - SofaScore (blog)

The LA Clippers look to preserve their unbeaten run of six games in 2017, as they welcome the OKC Thunder and MVP candidate Russell Westbrook. By Gerard January 16th, 2017 18:42. The LA Clippers will try to even their series against the OKC Thunder ...

Improves triple-double mark as Thunder rip Kings Westbrook books no 20 - Philippine Star

Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook, right, defies the defense of Sacramento Kings' Anthony Tolliver during their NBA match in Sacramento. AP. SACRAMENTO, California – Russell Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for his 20th ...

Highs and Lows: Sacramento Kings Can't Handle The Thunder - A Royal Pain

Last night the Sacramento Kings dropped another game in their seven-game homestand, this time to the Oklahoma City Thunder by a score of 122-118. Listed down below are the highs and lows that happened in yesterday's game pertaining to the Kings.

Kanter bails out OKC in 122-118 win over Kings - Claremore Daily Progress

Russell Westbrook was on the break and about to score. It's a scenario Oklahoma City fans have seen time and time again over the past nine years. But this time, he fumbled the ball. Fortunately for him, Enes Kanter was there to pick it up and finish ...