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  1. Oklahoma City Thunder accomplishments and records - Wikipedia

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    The Oklahoma City Thunder is a professional American basketball franchise based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It plays in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The franchise was the Seattle ...

  2. Luguentz Dort - Wikipedia

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    Dort was born in Montreal, Quebec to Haitian parents who moved to Canada from Saint-Marc when they were around 21 years old. Growing up in Montréal-Nord, he first played soccer as a goalkeeper, but his brothers later influenced him to play basketball. Dort played street basketball at Saint Laurent Park near his home in Montreal. His involvement in the sport helped him avoid joining street gangs like some of his friends. At age 12, Dort began playing organized basketball in Park Extension, a neighborhood in Montreal, where he was coached by Nelson Ossé. He started weight trainingat age 15. At this time, his height was 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m). He would continue to grow about one inch per year through the rest of his teenage years.

    Dort spent his freshman season at the high school level in Quebec. Through his high school years, he competed for Brookwood Elite on the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) circuit. In July 2015, he played for Canada at the adidas Nations tournament, averaging 9.2 points and 4 rebounds through 4 games. As a sophomore, Dort transferred to Arlington Country Day School in Jacksonville, Florida to face better competition and learn English. Before moving, his coach Nelson Ossé urged him to improve his poor academic performance. In August 2016, Dort averaged 11.3 points through 6 games to lead Canada to second place at adidas Nations. Later in the month, he was invited to the Nike Americas Team Camp, where he was named most valuable player (MVP) of the All-Star game. Dort moved to Conrad Academy in Orlando, Florida for his junior season, following his former Arlington Country Day coach Shaun Wiseman. In 2017, he took part in adidas Nations and the Nike Hoop Summit All-Star game. Dort also scored...

    On November 6, 2018, Dort made his debut for Arizona State, tallying 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 3 steals in a 102–94 win over Cal State Fullerton in double-overtime. He broke the school record for freshman debut points. Dort, on November 12, recorded his first double-double, with 12 points and 12 rebounds in a 90–58 win over Long Beach State. On November 21, he posted 33 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists against Utah State in the heavyweight bracket of the MGM Resorts Main Event, scoring the third-most points by a freshman in Arizona State history. He was named MVP of the tournament. A few days later, Dort was named Pac-12 Conference Player of the Week.He struggled offensively towards the end of December, shooting a combined 9-of-45 from the field through four games from December 15 to 29. Following Arizona State's loss in the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Dort announced his intention to forgo his final three seasons of collegiate eligibility and declare for the 2019 NBA Dr...

    Oklahoma City Thunder

    After going undrafted in the 2019 NBA draft, Dort signed a two-way contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Dort made his NBA debut on December 6, 2019, playing 7 minutes and grabbing one rebound in an overtime win against the Minnesota Timberwolves. On January 29, 2020, Dort scored a then career-high 23 points with two rebounds, a steal and a block in a 120–100 win over the Sacramento Kings. On February 23, 2020, Dort had a perfect game against the San Antonio Spursby going 6 of 6 from the f...

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  3. Terrance Ferguson - Wikipedia

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    Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ferguson moved to Dallas, Texas as a youth and enrolled at Prime Prep Academy. He joined the school's basketball team and played for coach Ray Forsett. As a freshman in 2012–13, Ferguson averaged 10 points per game and helped his team to a 38–2 record, the 2013 NACA Division I Tournament title, and the 2013 National High School Invitational semifinals. He was named to the NACA All-Tournament Team and earned NACA Tournament MVP honors. In January 2015, halfway through his junior year at Prime Prep Academy, the school closed amid allegations of theft and the mishandling of funds.In September 2015, a new institution known as Advanced Preparatory International opened in place of Prime Prep. Coach Ray Forsett subsequently joined the ranks at Advanced Prep, while four players, including Ferguson, moved over from Prime Prep with Forsett to play for Advanced Prep in 2015–16. Heading into his senior year of high school, Ferguson was ranked No. 11 overall in the Class...

    Adelaide 36ers

    On July 1, 2016, Ferguson signed with the Adelaide 36ers for the 2016–17 NBL season. On October 7, 2016, he made his debut for the 36ers in their season opener against the Illawarra Hawks. In 17½ minutes off the bench, he scored 10 points on 4-of-9 shooting in a 122–88 loss. On October 14, 2016, he scored 13 points in a 98–87 loss to Melbourne United. On October 24, 2016, he was handed a two-game suspension for striking following the 36ers' Round 3 game against the Cairns Taipans on October 2...

    Oklahoma City Thunder

    On June 22, 2017, Ferguson was selected by his hometeam, the Oklahoma City Thunder with the 21st overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft. On July 29, 2017, he signed his rookie scale contract with the Thunder. On November 14, 2017, he was assigned to the Oklahoma City Blue of the NBA G League. He was recalled the next day. On January 3, 2018, in his first career start, Ferguson scored a career-high 24 points in a 133–96 win over the Los Angeles Lakers.

    Philadelphia 76ers

    On December 8, 2020, Ferguson, along with Danny Green and Vincent Poirier, were traded to the Philadelphia 76ers. On March 25, 2021, Ferguson was traded to the New York Knicks in a three-way trade involving the Oklahoma City Thunderand was waived four days later.

    Ferguson was a member of the USA Basketball Men's U16 National Team that posted a 5–0 record en route to winning gold at the 2013 FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship in Maldonado, Uruguay. He played in all five games and averaged 5.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. The following year, he was a member of the USA U17 World Championship Team that posted a 7–0 record and captured the 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship gold medal in Dubai. Ferguson played in all seven games (with four starts) and averaged 9.0 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game. In July 2015, Ferguson won his third gold medal in as many years after helping Team USA go 7–0 at the 2015 FIBA Under-19 World Championship in Heraklion, Greece. He played in all seven games and averaged 6.1 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game.

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  4. Oklahoma City Thunder all-time roster - Wikipedia

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    ... City Thunder all-time roster. The following is a list of players, both past and current, who played in at least in one game for the Seattle SuperSonics (1967–2008) or Oklahoma City Thunder (2008–present) National Basketball Association (NBA ...

  5. Florida Complex League Braves - Wikipedia

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    The Florida Complex League Braves are the Rookie-level affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, competing in the Florida Complex League of Minor League Baseball. Prior to 2021, the team was known as the Gulf Coast League Braves. The team plays at ...

  6. Kevon Looney - Wikipedia

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    Looney was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Doug and Victoria Looney. As a youngster, he watched his brother Kevin, who was six years older, play pickup games. Like his brother, Looney became a Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryantfan, and would watch tapes of Bryant and copy the Lakers star's moves. Looney was the best player on his high school team at Alexander Hamilton High in Milwaukee. He was already being recruited by colleges as a freshman, receiving offers from in-state schools Marquette and Wisconsin. In his sophomore year in 2012, he was named Player of the Year of the Milwaukee City Conference after averaging 20.9 points, 8.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. As a junior, Looney averaged 26.1 points, 12.4 rebounds, 7.0 blocksand 3.1 assists per game, and led a team of mostly unproven players to a runner-up finish for the conference title. In his final season he averaged 27.9 points, 12.7 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 8.0 blocks per game; both CBS Sports and The Post-Crescent ca...

    Looney announced on Halloween in 2013 his decision to attend the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). No recruiting analysts at 247Sports.com had predicted his decision, which was a secret to everyone including his parents. Looney liked California, and called UCLA the "most beautiful campus I had ever seen." He was impressed with Bruins coach Steve Alford's vision for the team. The Bruins did not guarantee Looney a feature role as a freshman, but sold to him that he would be allowed to play both inside and outside and show his versatility, much like Kyle Anderson did for the school in 2013–14. Upon his arrival at UCLA over the summer before his freshman season, Looney suffered a hip injury playing in the gym. Bruins guard Isaac Hamilton shot the ball and fell into the right leg of Looney, who was positioning to rebound the ball. He rested for two-to-three weeks before the season. He did not miss a practice or game all year, but the injury hampered his lateral movement and s...

    The 6-foot-9-inch (2.06 m) Looney is most suited to playing power forward. Possessing a 7-foot-4-inch (2.24 m) wingspan, he is also a capable, small-ball center who is able to guard all five positions. His length allows him to switch assignments and defend guards. He moves fairly well on the perimeter, and is not easily lured by pump fakes.He can also defend the rim. Looney had limited mobility after his hip surgeries. Lacking explosion, he worked on faking opponents and getting his defender off balance. After he became healthier and lost weight, he became more athletic and proficient at catching lob passes. During the summer 2018 off-season, he worked on finishing the lobs without having to land first.

    In addition to brother Kevin, Looney has one older sister, Summer. He is the cousin of Nick Young, who was an NBA player. They were teammates with the Warriors in 2017–18.

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  7. James Wiseman - Wikipedia

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    Entering his freshman season for The Ensworth School in Nashville, Tennessee, Wiseman stood 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) and weighed 200 pounds (91 kg). He was teammates with future NBA player Jordan Bone. By June 2016, ESPN ranked Wiseman among its top 25 players in the 2019 recruiting class. In 2016, he played for the St. Louis Eagles Amateur Athletic Union team. As a sophomore in 2016–17, he guided Ensworth to the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) Division II-AA semifinals. He averaged about 20 points and six rebounds per game and was named MaxPrepsSophomore All-American honorable mention. In May 2017, Wiseman joined Team Penny, founded by former NBA player Penny Hardaway, on the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) circuit. In August, he announced his transfer to Memphis East High School in Memphis, Tennessee, where Hardaway was promoted to head coach. On November 16, 2017, the TSSAA ruled Wiseman ineligible for his junior season because an "athletic coaching li...

    Wiseman was the favourite to be the number 1 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft . In August 2019, a minor shoulder injury kept Wiseman from joining Memphis for a series of preseason exhibition games in Nassau, Bahamas. He missed his team's two preseason games in October after sustaining an ankle injury. On November 5, Wiseman made his regular season debut with 28 points, 11 rebounds, and three blocks in 22 minutes as the Tigers defeated South Carolina State, 97–64. On November 8, Wiseman's lawyers announced that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) ruled him ineligible to play for Memphis. The University of Memphis stated that head coach Penny Hardaway had paid for $11,500 in moving expenses to help him and his family move to the city of Memphis in 2017. According to Wiseman's lawyer, Leslie Ballin, the NCAA deemed that Hardaway, a Memphis alumnus, had acted as a booster. On the same day, a Shelby County judge granted Wiseman a temporary restraining order against the NCAA's r...

    Wiseman was selected with the second overall pick in the 2020 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors. On December 22, 2020 he made his NBA debut with 19 points, six rebounds, and two steals in a 125–99 loss to the Brooklyn Nets. On April 11, 2021, it was revealed that Wiseman suffered a torn right meniscus.On April 15, Wiseman underwent successful surgery to repair his torn meniscus and was subsequently ruled out for the remainder of the season.

    Wiseman averaged 11.4 points and five rebounds per game for the United States at the 2017 FIBA Under-16 Americas Championship in Formosa, Argentina. He helped his team win the gold medal over Canada. Wiseman was unable to join the United States for the 2018 FIBA Under-17 Basketball World Cupbecause he was injured.

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  8. Russell Westbrook - Wikipedia

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    Russell Westbrook III (born November 12, 1988) is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is a nine-time NBA All-Star and earned the NBA Most Valuable Player Award ...

  9. Damian Jones (basketball) - Wikipedia

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    Jones attended Scotlandville Magnet High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he averaged 15.4 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.0 blocks, and 2.0 assists as a senior. He was rated by Rivals.com as a four-star recruit and committed to Vanderbilt University.

    In three seasons at Vanderbilt, Jones averaged 13.3 points, 6.4 rebounds, 1.69 blocks and 27.2 minutes in 99 games, garnering first-team All-SEChonors as both a sophomore and junior. Jones hit 56.6 percent from the field during his collegiate career, the third-best mark in Vanderbilt history, while finishing second on the school's all-time blocks list (167). As a junior in 2015–16, Jones averaged 13.9 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.64 blocks in 33 games, helping Vanderbilt to their first NCAA Tournament berth since 2011–12. On April 14, 2016, Jones declared for the NBA draft, forgoing his final year of college eligibility.

    Golden State Warriors

    While working out with the Orlando Magic in the lead up to the draft, Jones suffered a torn pectoral muscle in his right arm, which required surgery. Despite this, Jones was selected by the Golden State Warriors with the 30th overall pick in the 2016 NBA draft. He signed with the Warriors on July 13, and made his NBA debut on December 10 against the Memphis Grizzlies. On February 1, 2017, in his first game for the Warriors at Oracle Arena, Jones scored his first career NBA points in a 126–111...

    Atlanta Hawks

    On July 8, 2019, Jones, along with a 2026 second-round pick, was traded to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Omari Spellman.

    Phoenix Suns

    On November 30, 2020, Jones signed a 2-year deal with the Phoenix Suns.In 14 games, he averaged 1.6 points and 1.3 rebounds per game. On February 23, 2021, Jones was waived by the Suns.

    The son of David and Dana Jones, he has two brothers, Darian and Darryl. Jones majored in engineering science.

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  10. Chris Boucher (basketball) - Wikipedia

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    Boucher was born in Castries, Saint Lucia. He moved with his mother, Mary McVane, to Montreal when he was five years old to see his Canadian father Jean-Guy Boucher. However, his parents split up when he was young and Boucher had a poor relationship with his father. He grew up playing soccer and ice hockey but lived in poverty in the Montréal-Nord neighbourhood. He dropped out of high school at age 16 and worked as a cook and dishwasher in a St-Hubert restaurant. In 2012, he was offered a spot on a tournament basketball team, and scored 44 points in the tournament final against Max Lanoue who he said could not guard him at all. Boucher, who previously only played pickup basketball, was offered a spot on Amateur Athletic Union AAU team Alma Academy by coaches Igor Rwigema and Ibrahim Appiah.He accepted a spot at the Academy, which was created to help inner-city teenagers with few future prospects, to earn a high school diploma. In a game versus New Jersey's Blair Academy, Boucher sco...

    Boucher played one season at New Mexico Junior College, averaging 11.9 points and 6.7 rebounds per game. Then, he went to Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming, where he was named NJCAA Player of the Year after leading the team to a 31–5 record. That season, he shot 62.7% from inside the arc and 44.4% from three-point range, averaging 22.5 points, 11.8 rebounds, and 4.7 blocks per game. His 11.8 rebounds per game were fifth-best in junior college that season, while his 4.7 blocks per game were good for third-best. Following a campus visit, Boucher transferred to Oregon, which he chose over TCU, Minnesota and Texas Tech. At the beginning of his first year at the University of Oregon, he worried Ducks coach Dana Altman due to his thin physique but made up for it with his energy. In his second game in a Ducks uniform on November 16, 2015, Boucher was competing against Baylor's Rico Gathers, and Boucher scored 15 points and gathered eight rebounds. He set a single season blocks record fo...

    Golden State Warriors

    Prior to the 2017 NBA draft, Boucher was unable to work out with teams due to his injury. He ultimately went undrafted, but was signed by the Golden State Warriors to a two-way contract, the same team which purchased a draft pick from the Chicago Bulls to choose his Oregon teammate Jordan Bell. Boucher became one of the first players to sign up on the NBA's newest two-way contract policy, which went into effect that season, although his deal was not official until July 14, 2017. On November 2...

    Toronto Raptors

    On July 20, 2018, Boucher signed with the Toronto Raptors as a free agent for two years worth just over $2 million. On October 26, 2018, the Raptors converted Boucher's contract to an NBA two-way contract. Boucher played 28 games with the Raptors' NBA G League affiliate, the Raptors 905 where he averaged 27.2 points, 11.4 rebounds, & 4.1 blocks, while also shooting 51.0% from the field. Boucher would go on to be named the G League 2018–19 Most Valuable Player and the league's Defensive Player...

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