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Oklahoma City's Nick Collison is certainly enjoying his offseason.
The Oklahoma City forward is responsible for one of the best photobombs we've seen in some time. Early in the week, Collison Instagrammed a shot of himself posing behind three unsuspecting kids on vacation.
Collison was obviously proud as well as he labeled the shot "My best photobomb yet."
In a season when the NBA was full of memorable "video bombs," it is nice to see a player carry the tradition off the court.
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Nobody is off limits for a photobomb when Nick Collison is around. Even little children are worthy targets of the sneaky snapshot prank when the Oklahoma City Thunder forward is lurking about.
Collison interrupted this shot while the three kids were half buried in a pristine Hawaiian beach.
The threesome became a party of four when Collison jumped into the frame and was snapped...
Few would argue that Kevin Durant isn't living up to his current contract. But that didn't stop the Thunder from getting some of his five-year, $89 million deal reimbursed.
The NBA Board of Governors voted to refund a portion of the extension Durant signed in 2010. The giveback, the amount of which is still unclear, will not affect the Thunder's team salary, according...
Oklahoma City Thunder: Draft Grades
By: Deion Hulse: Hoopstuff Writer
Pick 12: Steven Adams- C- University of Pittsburgh
- The Thunder have almost everything. They have a top tier point guard in Russell Westbrook, arguably the top scorer in the league in Kevin Durant and even a big man who can shoot three pointers, while being arguably the league’s best shot blocker in Serge...
NBA teams were operating under uncertainty entering the 2010-11 season. The Collective Bargaining Agreement was scheduled to expire the next summer, and there was no telling what terms the new deal would include.
Teams might have to drastically shed salary to get under a hard cap. Trade exceptions could expire during a lockout. Existing contracts could change.
Besides the usual...
The NBA Board of Governors voted to award the Oklahoma City Thunder approximately $15 million due to an issue with Kevin Durant's super-max contract, according to reporting by Zach Lowe of ESPN.
Durant signed a maximim extension with the Thunder in 2010 that went into effect for the 11-12 season, but in the NBA's new collective bargaining agreement, he would be eligible for...
San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker joined Oklahoma City Thunder's Thabo Sefolosha at Thabo's exhibition game in Switzerland this past week.
The exhibition game was organized by Sefolosha for charity and the two NBA stars (and other players) gave the fans in attendance a show.
Check out the highlights from the charity game and fortunately, TP did not suffer any injury...