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Sooner tackle Johnson goes fourth to Philadelphia
When Lane Johnson played his last college football game in January, he wasn’t sure where his NFL stock was. Thursday night while sitting at Radio City Music Hall in New York for the 2013 NFL Draft, he had a much better idea.
Thunder holds off Rockets rally to win game two
Russell Westbrook relishes the moments when an opponent challenges him and his Oklahoma City Thunder teammates and it becomes time to respond.
- Thunder rout Rockets in first game of playoffs
Leedey’s Ward signs with Sooners
Oklahoma’s baseball program received a highly coveted letter of intent Wednesday afternoon. Drew Ward, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound infielder from Leedey, signed with the Sooners. Getting him in an OU uniform next season, however, is far from a done deal.
Smart's decision a surprise to best friend, teammate Forte
Phil Forte was caught off guard when Marcus Smart filled in his high school teammate and Oklahoma State University basketball teammate and roommate about his decision to stay in Stillwater another year instead of opting for the NBA Draft.
Starters sit in Thunder loss to Bucks
With the Milwaukee Bucks locked into a playoff spot and starting center Larry Sanders nursing a troublesome back, rookie John Henson used the final stretch of the regular season as a big chance to prove himself.
Thunder clinch No. 1 seed with win over Kings
The Oklahoma City Thunder couldn't coast to the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.
Thunder lose high-scoring affair to Knicks
Driving to the basket in crunch time, Raymond Felton slipped to the floor and lost the basketball in the process. All he could do was lunge back at it and bat it toward J.R. Smith as the shot clock ticked closer to zero.
Thunder take control of West with win over Spurs
A loss to rival Oklahoma City cost the Spurs control of the race for home-court advantage in the Western Conference playoffs.
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