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Thunder notebook: Cole Aldrich moves over for Byron Mullens

Published: November 21, 2010
“But if they’re not healthy, we don’t want to jeopardize a lasting effect of his ankle sprain.”

The Thunder set a new opponent low for scoring in the first half when it held the Bucks to 37 points. Milwaukee’s 19 first-quarter points and 18 second-quarter points also set a new opponent low for the Thunder. … James Harden went a perfect three-for-three on 3-pointers in the first quarter. It set a season-high for 3s for Harden. … For the second straight game, the Thunder played against a team with more players on the All-Star ballot. Boston and Milwaukee each have five players on the ballot. The Thunder has four.

By Darnell Mayberry

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Aldrich moves over for Mullens


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