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Here's what you need to know about Sunday's playoff opener and a look at what's in store in The Oklahoman and on during the NBA Playoffs.
by Jenni Carlson Published: April 20, 2013

We want to know.


Our live Internet chat returns for the playoffs.

Throughout the postseason, we'll be doing a live chat at during each Thunder game. We'll get started before tipoff, and we won't stop until after the final buzzer.

You'll be able to interact with other Thunder fans as well as Oklahoman reporters and columnists who are covering the games. We'll be talking about the action as it happens.


Twitter provides a direct link to some folks who'll be inside the Thunder playoff run.

Here's who you need to follow on Team Oklahoman:

@NewsOKThunder: The Oklahoman's Thunder-only feed provides links and more.

@DarnellMayberry: Thunder beat writer Darnell Mayberry provides analysis and insight.

@RohdeOK: Thunder beat writer John Rohde is quick with news from practice or pregame.

@BerryTramel: As soon as something from columnist Berry Tramel hits the web, you'll know about it by following him on Twitter.

@JenniCarlson_OK: Columnist Jenni Carlson will be on the trail with the Thunder Bandwagon.

Here's who you need to follow on the Thunder:

@KDTrey5: Nowadays, superstar Kevin Durant fills his timeline mostly with stuff related to his sponsorships, but he'll occasionally give a glimpse into his world.

@russwest44: Russell Westbrook shares links about what's going on in his off-the-court world.

@KendrickPerkins: Big man Kendrick Perkins is arguably the most active Thunder player on Twitter. And just as he is in interviews, he's brutally honest.

@sergeibaka9: Shot blocker Serge Ibaka tweets in several languages. He also shares an occasional behind-the-scenes photo.

@ThaboSefolosha: Defensive stopper Thabo Sefolosha regularly posts his postgame thoughts.

by Jenni Carlson
Jenni Carlson, a sports columnist at The Oklahoman since 1999, came by her love of sports honestly. She grew up in a sports-loving family in Kansas. Her dad coached baseball and did color commentary on the radio for the high school football...
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