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The Oklahoma City Thunder found their groove again on Tuesday night, knocking off the Rockets in OKC.

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Bynum impresses in Pacers debut

Bynum had eight points and 10 rebounds in nearly 16 minutes of action in his Pacers debut on Tuesday against the Celtics.


Thunder hold off Rockets in OKC fist-fight

Spurs destroy Bulls in Chicago for seventh straight win.


Oklahoma City survives fight with Houston

Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined for 66 points as the Thunder snapped their two-game losing streak.


Worst Bulls sequence ever sums up night vs. Spurs

The Bulls are trailing the Spurs by 27 points and it isn't even halftime yet. It's been that kind of night for Chicago.


Dwight feeds Asik, who isn't in the game


If Omer Asik had a sense of humor at that moment, he would have jacked up the corner three. Wide open look!

Via @JDonSports


Patrick Beverley keeps jumping Russell Westbrook

Three knee surgeries later, Westbrook's not happy about it.


Kris Humphries comes up empty on dunk

Boston Celtics big man Kris Humphries tried to dunk on Tuesday night. He came up a little short.



Bynum dunks!

Sometimes when you see something great, you wonder if you'll ever witness it again. In the case of Andrew Bynum and his ailing knees, watching the seven-footer dunk on a real basketball court was one such feat.

The 26-year-old considered steps as drastic as retirement before returning to the court this season with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers after sitting out all of last season as a member of thePhiladelphia 76ers. He was once an All-Star who looked like one of the last true dominant centers when healthy.

That's part the reason watching him dunk again is exciting:


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