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Flags are apparently a big deal these days with the youth. Check out these two adorable young Thunder fans who had an unfortunate incident occur when their Oklahoma City Thunder flag apparently fell off their car. The young lady on the right especially took it to heart as those aren’t crocodile tears if you ask me. It must have been a very special flag, huh?
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In the world of professional sports, the Oklahoma City Thunder are still a relatively young franchise (if you forget about all of that Seattle stuff).
And in the sports world, it takes a little time to establish your traditions, your logo, your colors, your mascot.
How about a fight song? We aren't sure if they have a fight song yet.
But, fear not, because one big Thunder...
A word to the wise – if you post a video of yourself shirtless whilst passionately singing an enthusiastic fight song in support of your favorite basketball team, you will undoubtedly become an internet sensation at some point.
Check out the video below of a grizzly OKC die-hard singing a Thunder fight song. Beware, it is surprisingly catchy..
It’s no wonder that the Oklahoma City Thunder are ranked as the No.1 fans in the game when you have guys like shirtless Matthias of Southern California cheering you on. Hopefully the Thunder adopt this song.
The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Houston Rockets, 105-102, in Game 2 of their Western Conference quarterfinals Wednesday night thanks to a 29-point effort from the tenacious duo of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. However, that wasn’t the big highlight. Oh, no. It was this captured image of several Thunder fans going hard; I particularly like [...]The post Oklahoma...
The Miami Heat may be the overwhelming favorites to win their second-straight NBA title, but Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant plans to do all he can to stop that from happening. Durant and company came in second place in the NBA last season. They were one of a number of teams that fell victim to LeBron James taking his game to another level. Second place may be acceptable...
Over the years, NBA players have come up with some pretty interesting celebration and it appears that Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook decided to bust out the six-shooters against the Houston Rockets.
Watch as Russell drops his fake guns into the holster and drops a noticeable “boom noise” for those lip-readers out there:
Westbrook celebrates shot with gun...
The Oklahoma City Thunder prevailed in a thriller Wednesday night against the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of the first round of NBA Playoffs basketball. Post-game OKC Thunder superstar Kevin Durant addressed the media wearing a ritzy $1,010 Balmain Frayed Seamed Short Sleeve Hoodie. Are short-sleeve hoodie’s the new trend, I’m constantly seeing them in various brands latest collections...
Marc Gasol is reportedly set to win the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year award – something OKC’s Kendrick Perkins doesn’t agree with. While he meant no disrespect to the Grizzlies center, Perkins thinks his teammate and the league’s leading shot blocker for the second straight season, Serge Ibaka, was more deserving of the honor, citing politics as the reason the 2012...
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 29 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder recovered after squandering a 15-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Houston Rockets 105-102 on Wednesday night and take a 2-0 series lead.
Durant hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:28 to play, and the Thunder didn't relinquish the lead after that. Durant missed a free throw with...
Despite blowing a 15-point lead late in Game 2, Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder answered the challenge from the Houston Rockets and managed to hold home court, winning by a score of 105-102 at Chesapeake Energy Arena to take a 2-0 series lead.
But as was the case last season during the Thunder’s remarkable run to the NBA Finals, much of the talk after the game has...
Despite one hell of an effort from the Houston Rockets in Game Two, so far business has been taken care of by the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Thunder remain seated atop their No. 1 seed throne maintaining home-court advantage by going up 2-0 in the series with their two initial home games. This is obviously a great sign for OKC. Houston showed promise in Game Two as well, though...