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Scans and Fractures

Scans and Fractures
October 20, 2014

Life is always two-sided.  Yin and yan.  Good news and bad news.  Scans and fractures.

I recently had my CT scan (October 15) to see how my nodules are responding to the trial drugs.   365 more words


Dumb and Dumber To - Thunder edition

There are a lot of things not to like about this picture. First of all, the face of the franchise (and the reigning MVP) is injured and will be in this state for at least the month of November. 140 more words

Oklahoma City Thunder

Thunder Fans Have Nothing To Worry About

By: Sean Mason

Over the next six weeks, we will find out if Russell Westbrook is truly an elite player.

With Kevin Durant out six weeks due to foot surgery, Westbrook will be the leader, the number one scoring option, and the playmaker for the Oklahoma City Thunder. 218 more words


Fantasy basketball: Where to draft Kevin Durant

Before Kevin Durant suffered a fractured foot this preseason, the Oklahoma City Thunder forward was as clear cut a No. 1 overall pick as there was in fantasy sports.  222 more words


Carmelo Anthony doesn't think he'll win scoring title playing in Knicks' Triangle Offense

Carmelo Anthony led the league in scoring in 2013, and finished second only to Kevin Durant in the race last season.

But in light of the Triangle Offense being installed in New York this year, Anthony believes his days of chasing the scoring title are officially a thing of the past. 359 more words

Los Angeles Lakers

"The Pulse" With Bull & Fox Friday 10/17: Carlisle Calls LeBron Top 5 Ever, College Football Autographs

Bull & Fox go around the sports world and give “The Pulse” around the anticipation for the Cavs’ home opener and LeBron’s first official game back, Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle’s comment about LeBron being a top five player in NBA history, former South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia’s comments about his experience in witnessing college football players getting paid for autographs and World Series featuring the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals. 63 more words