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OKLAHOMA CITY - Thunder general manager Sam Presti is aware of coach Scott Brooks critics. An NBA Finals appearance in 2012 fueled expectations, so when San Antonio beat the Thunder in Oklahoma City this season to close out the Western Conference finals, it didnt go over well with some locals in this era of winning coaches getting fired. Naysayers also believe Brooks offensive strategy gives point guard Russell Westbrook too much freedom at the expense of MVP Kevin Durant. Presti did his best to squelch the talk on Thursday. After all, he said, the Thunder finished with the second-best record in the NBA this season, despite numerous injuries to key players. "Scotty, I think, did an excellent job," Presti said. "I understand, we all have a tendency to look at the last game and the last series. I respect it. Thats part of sports. I cant do that." Brooks took over for P.J. Carlesimo during the 2008-09 season and led the team to a 22-47 record. The team has won at least 61 per cent of its games each season since. Brooks has a 293-170 record with the Thunder. "Hes stacking successful seasons on top of each other, increasing our odds to take a really unique amount of time that weve been successful and extend it to a very, very unique amount of time," Presti said. Durant said this week that he feels Brooks is the man to keep things moving. "Thats our guy," Durant said. "Im riding with him." Brooks has praised Westbrook while often publicly pointing out his three-time All-Stars need to find a balance between shooting and passing when he attacks. Westbrook also spoke highly of Brooks this week. "Hes done a great job of having confidence in me personally," Westbrook said. "Theres times when things have gone south and hes the only one that always — regardless of what happened — always had my back. Regardless if people were saying I was doing this or doing that, I was being selfish, he always was the first person to step up and have my back and support me regardless of whats going on." Brooks will have plenty to work with. Durant is signed through 2015-16, and Westbrook and defensive ace Serge Ibaka are signed through 2016-17. Backup centre Steven Adams figures to be a prominent part of the future. The 20-year-old from New Zealand improved dramatically late in the regular season while Kendrick Perkins was out with an injury, then continued to get better in the playoffs. Presti sees Adams talent, but says he has work ahead. Perkins is still a solid defender, but his offensive limitations allow defences to pay more attention to Durant and Westbrook. When Presti was asked about the amnesty clause, which allows a team to waive one player without his salary counting against the cap or luxury tax, he hesitated before offering perspective. He said though Adams was solid against the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio, Perkins played a key role in the grueling seven-game series against Memphis. Presti said he wouldnt consider waiving or trading Perkins unless it could help the team strategically long term. Shooting guard Thabo Sefolosha is an unrestricted free agent who lost his starting job during the playoffs. Caron Butler, a mid-season pickup, is an unrestricted free agent. He had his moments, but was out of the rotation by the end of the playoffs. The team has the option to keep Hasheem Thabeet, a 7-foot-3 backup centre. Thabeet played little, even while Perkins was injured. Presti was non-committal in each case. Presti seemed uncertain what unrestricted free agent Derek Fisher will do, but said he will be successful whatever he decides. The 39-year-old guard has been connected to the New York Knicks head coaching job. "We have absolutely no reason to expect Derek to keep us informed of his plans," Presti said. 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He will be practicing with the Norfolk Admirals (AHL) on a conditioning assignment. - @AnaheimDucks Corey Perry has a knee sprain and will miss the next three to four weeks. Clarke MacArthur Jersey . Tokarski, a somewhat controversial choice -- with his 10 games of NHL experience and all -- to replace an injured Carey Price in Game Two had a night to remember, turning back a Rangers team that was dominating play from the get-go, outshooting the Canadiens 14-4 in the first period and 37-25 overall.MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Tommy Vannelli scored in overtime for Medicine Hat as the Tigers edged the Brandon Wheat Kings 4-3 in Western Hockey League action Wednesday. Vannelli beat Brandon goaltender Jordan Papirny just 32 seconds into OT on the power play. Miles Koules, Markus Eisenschmid and Trevor Cox also scored and Marek Langhamer stopped 26 shots for the Tigers (16-5-3), who maintained their two-point lead atop the Eastern Conference. Jesse Gabrielle scored twice for the Wheat Kings (13-11-1), while Eric Roy added a single and Papirny finished with 26 saves. --- RAIDERS 1 BRONCOS 0 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Carson Perreaux scored the lone goal of the game to lift the Raiders past Swift Current. Perreauxs goal 10 minutes into the first period was all Prince Albert (14-8-2) needed in a game featuring just one penalty to the Broncos in the second. The loss, and Medicine Hats win, kept the Broncos (15-10-3) from tying the Tigers atop the Eastern Conference. Cole Cheveldave finished with 26 saves for the Raiders, while Landon Bow stopped 30 shots for Swift Current. --- SILVERTIPS 3 HURRICANES 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- Tyler Sandhu gave the Silvertips the only lead they would need against the WHLs worst team. Sandhu scored 5:45 into the third after Ivan Nikolishin tied the game for Everett just 56 seconds into the period. Jujhar Khaira also scored and Austin Lotz had 16 saves for league-leading Everett (17-4-4). 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Patrik Polivka finished with 26 saves for Victoria, while Jordon Cooke allowed all four goals on 19 shots in Kelownas net. --- CHIEFS 5 GIANTS 4 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Carter Proft scored just over a minute into overtime as the Chiefs rallied past the Giants. Jeremy McIntosh, Mike Aviani, Mitch Holmberg and Connor Chartier also scored for Spokane (16-7-1), which scored twice in the third period to come back from a 4-2 deficit. Cain Franson, Trent Lofthouse, Carter Popoff and Dalton Thrower scored for Vancouver (10-11-5). Chiefs goalie Eric Williams made 28 saves, while Payton Lee finished with 32 stops for the Giants. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' ' 

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