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  • How Hassan Diarra is mirroring Hamidou Diallo’s breakout path

  • The journeys are so similar, they are eerie. Two years at a local, under-the-radar high school. Enrollment at the same Connecticut prep school. Joining a high-profile AAU program. And, voila, exploding onto the national scene. It happened for Thunder guard Hamidou Diallo, who enjoyed a solid rookie season in Oklahoma City, and it’s happening now...
  • Creep accused of raping 4-year-old in McDonald’s bathroom

  • MIDWEST CITY, Okla. — A 37-year-old Oklahoma man has been jailed on rape complaints after authorities said he sexually assaulted a 4-year-old girl in a bathroom at a McDonald’s play area, which the child was visiting during a daycare field trip. Midwest City police say a daycare worker knocked on the locked bathroom door Tuesday...
  • Thunder execs got death threats after trading Paul George: ‘Kill everybody’

  • One man went to extreme measures to express his disapproval of the Thunder trading All-Star Paul George. Oklahoma City police are investigating a potential death threat from an angered fan who severely disagreed with sending George to the Clippers in a deal thats put him alongside Kawhi Leonard. A search warrant says that a man...
  • Dodgers recall LHP Ferguson, option RHP Sadler

  • The Los Angeles Dodgers recalled left-hander Caleb Ferguson prior to Thursday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies, while right-hander Casey Sadler was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
  • Lioness would rather maul musician than hear his violin

  • Violinist Kyle Dillingham may know how to draw a crowd with his music, but this lioness was much less impressed. The performer brought his talent to the zoo in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he hoped to “serenade” the lions. That’s when this big cat stepped in and tried to attack him from inside the enclosure....
  • Chris Paul and the Thunder are stuck for now

  • It seems the NBA’s trade frenzy has finally subsided. And that could be bad news for Chris Paul and the Thunder. After attempts to move him stalled, Paul is expected to start the season in Oklahoma City, ESPN reported Wednesday. The 34-year-old point guard was dealt from contending Houston to rebuilding OKC earlier this offseason...

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