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Monday Bolts: 04.06.20

Monday Bolts: 04.06.20

Chris Paul joined the All the Smoke podcast and dished on life as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder:

In a world where sports fans are desperate for live programming, the NBA is working on a potential H-O-R-S-E competition, reports Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN).

Per Andrew Marchand, Chris Paul and former Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook, are rumored to be among the participants:

Per Joe Mussatto (The Oklahoman), the Thunder were working on launching the Thunder Legacy Network before the NBA season was suspended.  “The Thunder, in a commitment to taking care of its former players, was set to launch the Thunder Legacy Network before the season was suspended due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Eighteen former Thunder players were scheduled to return to Oklahoma City for a weekend of reconnecting.  The three-day event was going to tip-off at the Thunder-Nuggets game on March 20, when the Thunder alums would have been recognized at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The program’s launch will be rescheduled.”

The Basketball Hall of Fame announced its 2020 class, and notable inductees include Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and former Oklahoma State University coach, Eddie Sutton:

Dwyane Wade joked on Instagram that CP3 didn’t go to Miami because he didn’t want to have to give up his beloved number 3:

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