The Thunder on Monday recalled guard Jeremy Lamb and center Daniel Orton from the Tulsa 66ers. Lamb has appeared in 14 games with Tulsa and averaged an NBA D-League-leading 21.1 points along with 5.5 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.1 steals in 33.4 minutes. Oklahoman
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An increasingly puzzling scene playing out on the court during Thunder games lately involves forwards Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka having intense verbal disagreements. In several recent games, the two have frequently yelled at each other while attempting to iron out breakdowns. Durant wouldn't go into detail about what the disputes have been over, but he said each player is simply trying to make the other better. “We're just trying to help each other out. At the end of the day, that's all we're trying to do,” Durant said. “It's times when I mess up and he tells me. It's times when he messes up and I tell him. We both got to do a better job of responding to each other and just helping each other out.” Oklahoman
before last one where he went out (injury), lamb had 3 games at 30pts or more !! this kid can contribute and has a reliable shoot. maybe will earn martin's spot next year :
Lamb needs more palying time and could ve a great sixth man. i hope if k mart leaves us. I hope Scott Brooks puts Lamb into the rotation more so he can get some NBA level minutes
Toronto just got Rudy Gay, Their goes our lottery pick :(
Now what are we gonna do?? Do we keep it or do we package it and get something better
Put the trade in the trade machine and it shows Toronto had a -6 games. Detroit made out the best if they can resign calderon. Makes our game easier tomorrow though.
Then, they lost Ed Davis, their best player inside !
for what ? Rudy gay ? overrated SF who has the same play as derozan...
imo, it's horrible for Toronto.
but for memephis, it could be useful because prince and daye are more 3pt shooter than gay.
i don't care toronto but i'm afraid of memphis for the post-season
I think this deal weakens Memphis. The lose a lot of scoring which is something they lacked before the trade.
Not liking what we've been seeing over the last week and a half. We've dropped 4 out of 7. We need to pull our heads out of our ***** and get back to playing D. Cleveland should never drop 115 points on us.