Found July 31, 2013 on
The NBA owners have voted to reimburse the Oklahoma City Thunder a sum of $8 million for the gap between Kevin Durant's contract under the old collective bargaining agreement and the new on that was agreed upon in December of 2011.
Durant's deal became a super-max due to his presence on All-NBA teams.
The $8 million is half of the gap between the two contracts for Durant.
BEST OF MAXIM
It has been a while since NBA fans seen some basketball action. Sure there was the Summer League and Team USA minicamp but now it seems the NBA offseason doldrums are in full effect.
Luckily, a few players are participating in some pick-up games and summer leagues such as the famed Drew League.
Thunder's Kevin Durant is playing at the Drew League and recently dropped...
Kevin Durant showed up with his new agent, Jay Z, to the the Dodgers vs Yankees game in LA Tuesday night where Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and James Harden were also in attendance. However, he didn’t receive the warmest welcome as the Thunder star got booed when shown on the jumbotron.
Kevin Durant arrives with JayZ
Kevin Durant, James Harden and Chris Paul
Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka is dancing overseas.
What could possibly get him more excited on the basketball court that he hasn't already seen in the NBA?
While spending some time this summer in Manchester, U.K., Ibaka caught a three-on-three tournament where saw Nathan Schall of the British Basketball League's Manchester Giants throw down a nasty dunk...
The Thunder signed forward Ryan Gomes to a one-year, non-guaranteed free agent deal, according to Yahoo!
Gomes, 30, hasn't played in the league since playing 32 games for the Clippers during the 2011-2012 season. He played last season in Germany.
The signing means the Thunder will have to release at least one player not guaranteed for the upcoming season, either DeAndre Liggins...
The Oklahoma City Thunder have named Robert Pack and Mike Terpstra as assistant coaches.
They join Rex Kalamian, Mark Bryant and Brian Keefe on Scott Brooks’ bench. “We’re excited to add Robert and Mike to our coaching staff for the upcoming season,” Brooks said in a statement. “These additions bring diverse backgrounds to our group that will help the further development...
Earlier this month, Oklahoma City Thunder’s Serge Ibaka was in Manchester taking in a three-on-three tournament when he was blown away by this dunk executed by Nathan Schall. It DID get Ibaka dancing across the court and then it resulted in this invitation from Ibaka: See, learn how to embarrass a defender in front of an NBA player [...]The post Serge Ibaka invites Nathan Schall...