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THUNDER POSTGAME: {WATCH} OKC Locker Room Reaction Following Portland Win

THUNDER POSTGAME: {WATCH} OKC Locker Room Reaction Following Portland Win

OKLAHOMA CITY — Brady Trantham and Jon Hamm take you behind the curtain of the Oklahoma City Thunder locker room after their 120-111 win over the Portland Trailblazers.

Among the topics players discussed were Russell Westbrook’s historic 10th consecutive triple-double, Paul George’s first triple-double since 2014 and players like Deonte Burton and Raymond Felton making huge impacts in a pivotal game.

The release of Alex Abrines was also discussed by a few of his now former teammates.

Included below is the 10 minute video featuring Brady & Jon with footage from Terrance Ferguson, Deonte Burton, Paul George, Raymond Felton and Russell Westbrook.

Also the SoundCloud link to the Franchise’s exclusive post-game podcast, the OKC-82 Podcast, can be found below the video. Tonight’s show also featured Jon Hamm filling in for Madysson Morris. You can find the OKC-82 Podcast on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

In addition to his Franchise duties, Jon is also featured on the OKC Dream Team Podcast along side Andrew Schlecht from Down To Dunk, Brett Dawson from The Athletic and Royce Young of ESPN. In order to listen to the Dream Team pod and their postgame show Thunder After Dark click here to subscribe.

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Brady has covered the Oklahoma City Thunder since 2016. University of Oklahoma alum class of 2014. He has worked for the Franchise since April 2018. Co-Host of the OKC-82 Podcast and the Inside OU podcast. Co-Host of the Basketball Insider's Show on Saturdays from 10am-12.

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