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Thunder talking trade?

Thunder talking trade?
A report in Sunday's editions of the Boston Globe cited a league source who said the Thunder is involved in a three-team trade that would send Earl Watson to the Charlotte Bobcats. The report did not indicate which player or players Oklahoma City would get in the deal, which would also send Bobcats guard Raymond Felton to Dallas and Mavs center DeSagana Diop to Charlotte.

General manager Sam Presti, citing team policy, declined to comment on the report when contacted Sunday afternoon. The Thunder, however, is believed to be a late third party in the deal to help make the trade work under the league's salary cap provisions set by the collective bargaining agreement. Dallas and Charlotte could possibly proceed without the Thunder.


Kevin Durant is kicking himself for missed two big shots in the Thunder's past two games. Durant missed a 20-footer Friday against Houston that could have tied the score at 95-all then missed a potential game-winner in the final seconds of regulation Saturday at Chicago with the scored tied, 94-94.

The Thunder lost, 98-96, to Houston and prevailed in overtime against the Bulls, 109-98.

"I know it's not the last opportunity I have," Durant said. "The next time it comes around I've just got to be ready, and hopefully I make them."


Two weeks after returning to the NBA following a brief stint in Russia, Nenad Krstic is set to play his former team tonight when the Thunder faces the New Jersey Nets. Krstic spent all four of his previous seasons with the Nets and said he has great memories with the organization.

"They were really nice to me and gave me an opportunity to play in the NBA. The only bad thing is I got injured, but you can't control that," said Krstic, who has never played against a former team, even in Europe.

"It's going to be a little weird, but I'm just going to try to play like I do every other game. Maybe before the game it's going to be a little bit more motivation for sure. But I just want to prepare like it's another game. I don't want to put a lot of pressure on myself."

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