Found July 05, 2013 on
Aside from the free agency news running rampant once the 2012-13 NBA season came to a close, lost in the shuffle is the huge 2013 Eurobasket tournament in Slovenia this September. Countries such as Spain, Greece, Great Britain and others will be looking for a shot a qualifying for the next Olympic Games but if Team Spain wants a deep run un the tournament, and defend their title, they'll have to do it without big man Serge Ibaka. According to reports, the Thunder invited Ibaka to rest and heal injuries sustained during the past season. With that, he will skip the tournament leaving Spain a bit depleted in the front court. Without Serge, Spain should still be fighting for a shot at gold in Slovenia. Memphis center Marc Gasol will be there in Slovenia for the Spanish team and replacing Ibaka will be Nikola Mirotic who will be making his debut for the Spanish national team. Rest versus playing for ones country has always been a hot button when it comes to foreign-born NBA p...
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The Oklahoma City Thunder and Derek Fisher have mutual interest in re-signing for Fisher to be the team's third-string point guard, according to a source.
Fisher has spent parts of the past two seasons with the Thunder.
Fisher averaged 8.7 points in the playoffs last season, playing significant minutes with Russell Westbrook injured.
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced their 2013 Summer League Roster this week.
Steven Adams, Jeremy Lamb, Perry Jones III, DeAndre Liggins, Grant Jerrett, Andre Roberson, Reggie Jackson and Daniel Orton headline the Thunder team.
Kevin Durant announced a multi-year, multi-million dollar deal on Twitter.
He checks on old ladies during basketball games and signs a carpal tunnel's amount worth of autographs. With a smile to go along with it. Last May, when the Thunder lost in the Western Conference semifinals, he answered all the questions, then thanked reporters for being there.
Hey, no problem, KD. ...