Home sweet home: The Thunder’s upcoming schedule

By Mike Baldwin, Staff Writer Modified: November 26, 2009 at 12:31 am •  Published: November 26, 2009
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→Friday: Milwaukee. The Bucks are one of the league’s early-season surprises. Despite Team USA gold medalist Michael Redd being sidelined for all but four games, Milwaukee has the fourth-best record in the East.

→Sunday: Houston. The Rockets have transformed themselves into a fast-paced team that’s winning despite Tracy McGrady being sidelined, Yao Ming out with a season-ending injury and Ron Artest leaving in the offseason for the Lakers.

→Dec. 2: Philadelphia. The Sixers switched coaches after a slow start last season. Maybe coaching wasn’t the problem. This is a roster that should be producing more wins than an East bottom dweller.

→Dec. 4: Boston. The Celtics roared out of the gate with a 6-0 start, including some lopsided wins. Boston, though, has been a .500 team the past two weeks. Kevin Garnett (13.2 average) still hasn’t regained his form.

→Dec. 7: Golden State. The dysfunctional but always dangerous Warriors once again are scoring a ton of points but lose a ton of games. Stephen Jackson demanded a trade and got his wish. He’s now in Charlotte.


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