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The Oklahoma City Thunder have filled out its roster by signing undrafted rookie Hollis Thompson. Thompson is a 6’8″ small forward out of Georgetown University. As a junior, he averaged 12.8 PPG and 5.5 RPG. The biggest asset he brings to the roster is his ability to shoot as he knocked down 43% of his [...]
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While Team USA physically accosted the Dominican Republic Thursday evening during their exhibition game, and there was a bevy of highlights, there was this not-so-play of the game when Russell Westbrook missed this dunk on the fast-break.
Oklahoma City Thunder starting center Kendrick Perkins is expected to be ready for next season after having surgery on his right groin Thursday.
The team announced that the procedure was a success and that Perkins will miss four to six weeks before returning to normal offseason activities.
Perkins partially tore the groin in Game 4 of the Thunder's first-round playoff sweep...
Few phrases in the NBA are as terrifying as "maximum contract." Created as a tool to control costs, the max contract has instead become the baseline for any deal with any above-average player. The exact dollar amount differs based on service time, but Eric Gordon, Roy Hibbert and Brook Lopez are all among the players who have gotten maximum offers this year. All of those...
Granted it’s only summer league action, but this highlight reel jam by Reggie Jackson on the Thunder deserves some love: The Thunder drafted Jackson 24th overall in 2011 to eventually back up Russell Westbrook. Plays like this will definitely help his case for playing time. -ALR
You may remember Kendrick Perkin’s lackluster performance during the NBA Finals due to groin issues, but no worries Thunder fans, Perk underwent surgery on Thursday to solve the issue. He will take four-to six weeks to heal from surgery, and I’m sure he will spend his off-time playing bingo — Perk loves his bingo, afterall [...]
Kendrick Perkins is expected to miss 4-6 weeks before returning to normal offseason activities.
Since Kevin Durant and Chris Bosh are my favorite players, it seems fitting that they share some qualities. They have similar heights and weights, not afraid to cry in public over a loss, and they’re both eloquent and candid when talking to the media.
This week Durant talked about whether it bothers him to see Lebron James during Olympic Team practices after having lost to him...
Anyone else miss the NBA? In the meanwhile we will do our best to compile the summer league highlights for you. First one we have gotten is Reggie Jackson pulverizing Jeremy Evans’s soul in OKC’s last summer league game.
via The Daily Thunder
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While the NBA's other top teams load up on high-priced talent through free agency and trades, the Oklahoma City Thunder are trying to improve while facing a budget crunch.
The Thunder announced the signings of former No. 2 overall draft pick Hasheem Thabeet and undrafted free agent Hollis Thompson on Wednesday, the first day after the league's moratorium on additions.