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Which 2015-2016 Bench Players Could and Should Start in 2016-2017? (Western Conference)

These players proved during the 2015-2016 season that they are high level players, and that despite their small role as a bench player, they were better than a handful of starters in the NBA. 1,625 more words

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Thanks to Enes Kanter, the Thunder are obsessed with halal food

Halal food — which is prepared to adhere to Islamic dietary laws — is delicious. The Oklahoma City Thunder just discovered this fact after road games, thanks to Enes Kanter. 167 more words

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Enes Kanter And Steven Adams Name Boston The NBA's Best Halal Takeout

Oklahoma City’s Enes Kanter is Muslim and observes the dietary laws of his religion, which includes consuming meals that are cooked under halal standards. Since arriving to the Thunder in a trade last year, the team has accommodated him with a separate prayer room and team chefs use separate cookware. 328 more words

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Numbers preview: Spurs-Thunder

HANG TIME NEW JERSEY — Neither the San Antonio Spurs nor the Oklahoma City Thunder had much trouble in the first round of the playoffs. They each made quick work of injury-depleted opponents, registering point differentials of 22.0 and 18.2 points per per game, respectively. 1,003 more words

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Should Kanter be Fifth Man, not Sixth Man, for OKC?

He’s one of the most productive players in his first round series and in the entire NBA playoffs, if you project him over 48 minutes. 627 more words

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Steven Adams: "Kanter's Packing"

Steven Adams becoming one of my 3 or 4 favorite players in the NBA. Not on the court, but in his press conferences. There’s something about an Australian accent that makes everything seem a little bit classier, you know? 121 more words

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Two-on-five works well for OKC


VIDEO: Thunder handle Mavs 131-102 in Game 3

DALLAS — There is never a downside to having a pair of top-five players as teammates, especially if they respect and genuinely like each other and seldom, if ever, conflict on the floor. 579 more words

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