Thunder’s Adams “Getting Better Every Day” In Expanding Role

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In game six of the Oklahoma City Thunder's series-clinching win over the Los Angeles Clippers, Steven Adams played a career high 40 minutes and recorded his second career triple-double.

With the loss of Serge Ibaka for the remainder of the playoffs, it is very likely that Adams will see extended minutes on the court.

The rookie center played in all but one regular season game for the Thunder, starting 20 games, and has played in 12 of Oklahoma City's 13 playoff games.

Both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook said, that their New Zealand native teammate is "getting better every day."

Watch above and hear from Adam's after his longest playing experience to date plus hear what the Thunder thinks of the University of Pittsburgh product.

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