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Suspicious death investigated as homicide in Oklahoma City on Tuesday OK legislative leaders say new budget protects education, health Memorial Day weekend travel to be affected by Oklahoma road work Oklahoma insurers have raised rates as much as 300 percent for earthquake policies Man found in Oklahoma City house died from drug toxicity OKC-based Monscierge creates technology that's changing hospitality industry Head of security for TSA removed from post Still plenty of air in 'Deflategate' court case OKC Thunder: No suspension for Draymond Green Oklahoma House rejects efforts to reduce qualifications for Corrections director post Canton Lake, drawn down by Oklahoma City, is full again NBA: Lowry, DeRozan lead Raptors to 105-99 win over Cavaliers, even series at 2-2 After migrants, German nationalist party takes aim at Islam At OKC rally, activist Jesse Jackson calls for protests against cuts Oklahoma House votes to abolish high schools' end-of-instruction testing

Thunder gets offensive in win over Wizards

Published: November 21, 2009

Rookie James Harden scored 25 points off the bench, as OKC ran past Washington, 127-108, in the Ford Center on Friday night.

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