2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
55-27, 1st in Northwest
1 Big Thing: Spurs-Thunder ending complete in its failings (2:16)
ESPN Stats & Info

No place like home when facing the Spurs

The Oklahoma City Thunder's win percentage against the Spurs during the playoffs is a whopping 83.3 percent at home, compared to a 25 percent win percentage on the road.

Last-minute NBA referee errors in playoff spotlight (1:40)
The Jump breaks down Thunder-Spurs Game 2 ending (3:40)
Was Donovan playing dumb after Game 2? (2:07)
Does the NBA need challenge flags? (2:37)
Ref's Perspective: Final play from Thunder-Spurs Game 2 (2:28)
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Davis on Thunder's Game 2 win over Spurs

ESPN NBA analyst Antonio Davis covers his pick to win the Heat-Raptors series, the ending to Game 2 of Thunder-Spurs, the Cavaliers' offensive improvement and the Warriors' handling of Stephen Curry.

The 16 things you missed in a ridiculous Thunder-Spurs ending (1:35)
Michael Smith gives props to Steven Adams (1:37)
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Artist depicts NBA playoffs Round 2

French comic artist Asur Misoa followed up her first-round effort with another batch of artwork representing the second-round NBA playoff matchups.


Ref: 'Foul ... should have been called'

Here is the postgame statement made by Ken Mauer following the controversial finish of the Thunder's one-point win over the Spurs on Monday night.


Short memory was huge for OKC

The Thunder achieved one of the biggest one-game NBA playoff turnarounds of the last generation on Monday night with their 98-97 win over the Spurs in Game 2 of the West semifinals.

Le Batard loves how refs let players play at end of Thunder-Spurs (1:26)
Stephen A.: If Durant leaves OKC, do not blame Westbrook (1:33)
Barkley predicts Thunder will advance past Spurs (1:01)
Skip says Spurs are in 'big trouble' (1:41)
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Ref: Late non-call in OKC win was offensive foul

Lead referee Ken Mauer said after the Thunder's Game 2 win over the Spurs that a non-call during a controversial inbounds play should have been an offensive foul.

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Refs say they missed late foul on Waiters

Lead referee Ken Mauer said the officials missed a foul on Dion Waiters on the final possession: "However, upon review, we realize and we agree we should have had an offensive foul on the play. It's a play we've never seen before, ever."

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.22nd
Rebounds Per Game48.61st
Assists Per Game23.010th
Points Allowed102.915th

Team History


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