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Memories of injury flooded back, George says

Paul George, who fractured his tibia and fibula during a gruesome injury in 2014, says Gordon Hayward's injury immediately "brought me back to Vegas and when it happened to me, my incident."

Melo looking to close New York chapter (0:20)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony says tomorrow's game against the Knicks is big for him because it's an opportunity to "close that chapter."

George: Hayward's injury brought him back to own (2:00)

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Paul George on Gordon Hayward's injury, and his own experience coming back from a similar one. "I'll always think about it. It's always there."

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Awards predictions: Most Valuable Player

Who will take home the MVP award this season? LeBron James and Kevin Durant are the favorites among our NBA experts, while reigning winner Russell Westbrook doesn't receive a single vote.

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Dozier given the OK-C to wear Durant's old 35

Rookie P.J. Dozier said there's special meaning behind the No. 35 he'll wear with the Thunder. His second cousin, Reggie Lewis, wore it with the Celtics before his tragic death in 1993.

Dozier explains why he chose KD's old number (0:23)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

PJ Dozier explains why he picked No. 35 after signing with the Thunder.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

PJ Dozier will wear No. 35 for the Thunder. Another guy famously wore that number in OKC, but Dozier asked for it, and the Thunder gave it to him.

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Porzingis happy to see Melo get 'new challenge'

Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis is looking forward to the "challenge" of guarding ex-teammate Carmelo Anthony when New York opens the season vs. Oklahoma City.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder announce signing PJ Dozier as their last two-way contract. Dozier can spend a maximum of 45 days with the Thunder.


NBA Western Conference season preview

Pablo Torre, Amin Elhassan, Chris Haynes and Ohm Youngmisuk preview the Western Conference for the 2017-18 season. Can anyone challenge the Warriors? Is Lonzo Ball the presumptive Rookie of the Year? Is everyone ready to believe in the Timberwolves?

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Predictions: Who will win the Northwest Division?

The Thunder are the clear favorites in the Northwest, but it isn't unanimous. In fact, the Nuggets, Jazz and Timberwolves each received a vote from our analysts.

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Vegas is almost all-in on the Warriors

Golden State is much better than even money to win its third NBA title in four years, per the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. The Cavs sit second at 4-1, with no other teams better than 10-1.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder are in talks with PJ Dozier for their final two-way spot, league sources tell ESPN. Dozier, 20, cleared waivers on Monday after being waived by the Mavericks.

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Rumbo a 2017-18: Oklahoma City Thunder

La llegada de Paul George, procedente de Indiana Pacers, y la de Carmelo Anthony, procedente de New York Knicks, pusieron al Thunder en condición de competir por el premio grande en la NBA.

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NBA Power Rankings: Living in a Warriors world

The West is as stacked as it has ever been. But can any of the conference's revamped rosters challenge Golden State? Who will rise in a depleted East? Our panel reveals its league hierarchy on the eve of a new season.

Thunder ready to debut new-look team (1:01)

NBA Yearbook: Class of 2018

See the smiling, shining faces of the NBA's superstars and supporting players like you never have before.

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.611th
Rebounds Per Game46.61st
Assists Per Game21.025th
Points Allowed105.816th

Team History