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Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook helped a fan propose to his girlfriend in a spectacularly coordinated Twitter effort.
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Somewhere between wondering how good Steven Adams might be and worrying if Kelly Olynyk can possibly be strong enough to replace Kendrick Perkins is Russell Westbrook.
The NBA draft is Thursday night and the Thunder have the No. 12 pick, but more importantly than who, what position, and playing the, "If-only" game about the future possibilities and probabilities...
The Oklahoma City Thunder are unquestionably one of the best teams in the NBA. They were considered a lock for at least the Western Conference Finals berth again for the 2013 season and possibly competing to rewrite last season’s defeat to the Heat in the Finals. At the end of the day, even the best can use improvement. OKC has a few holes they could fill so that they are not exposed...
Once apart of a great young core in OKC, Harden took on the same role as Durant as the leader of Houston.
In 2012, the Oklahoma City Thunder ended a great season in the Finals to the champion Miami Heat. Although the series count of 4-1 does not illustrate exactly how competitive the series was, it was more than obvious that the Thunder were about one move away from dethroning the...
Thunder big man Serge Ibaka was spotted out in Atlanta with his boo, singer Keri Hilson. The two hit up Prive in Atlanta on Friday.
Cute couple, looks like they had a great time. Also on hand, singer and Diddy’s girl, Cassie, Fabolous and VH1 reality stars,TI and Tiny.
photos via KeriHilson.net
For those of you trying to figure out a creative way to propose marriage to that special someone, you might want to take a page out of a Oklahoma City Thunder fan who used star guard Russell Westbrook to help propose to his girlfriend.
A recent University of Oklahoma graduate Charlie Bright got in touch with Westbrook to put together the engagement plan for his girlfriend, Rachel...
Kevin Durant announced he has officially signed with Jay-Z's Roc Nation Sports agency.
Durant left Landmark Sports earlier this month.
"Grateful for the opportunity with Roc Nation Sports. It's go time," Durant said in a statement posted with a picture of him and Jay-Z officially signing together.
"He has a 90.5 free throw shooting rate, the youngest player...
Last week Jay-Z became a licensed NBA Agent and this week his makes his biggest splash to date with Roc Sports Nation.
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant has confirmed that he has signed on board with Jay-Z. Durant took to Instagram to post of photo of confirming what has been speculated for some time.
The post Kevin Durant Officially Joins Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports appeared...
It’s just different now. Roc Nation Sports is gobbling up the competition. The sports agency has signed their first NBA client, Thunder star Kevin Durant.
Rihanna even shouted him out on Instagram. See, that’s part of the allure of Roc Nation Sports. Shout outs from some of the baddest chicks in the game, rocking out with your favorite rappers, favorite rapper and throwing up the diamond.
It’s not often that you get to see a current NBA player grace the pages of a WalMart catalogue but back in the day, Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Jeremy Lamb got that honor.
Check out the image of a young Jeremy modeling some “Rustler Relaxed Fit Jeans”:
Image courtesy of Jeremy Lamb Instagram
Jay Z is putting the sports world on notice.
What became very clear during the postseason for the Oklahoma City Thunder was not so much the loss Russell Westbrook, but what life was like without James Harden. We believe that had Harden still been on the roster, the team could have overcome the loss of Westbrook, and at least advanced to the Western Conference Finals for a rematch from the previous year with the Spurs. There...
No GM gets more blind devotion than Sam Presti. Why, you ask? Just look at his list of first round picks since 2007:
’07 No. 2: Kevin Durant
’08 No. 4: Russell Westbrook
’08 No. 24: Serge Ibaka
’09 No. 3: James Harden
’09 No. 25: Rodrigue Beaubois
’10 No. 18: Eric Bledsoe
’10 No. 21: Craig Brackins
’10 No. 26: Qunicy Pondexter
’11 No. 24: Reggie Jackson...