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FROM STAFF REPORTSLast year's blood drive supported by the Thunder became Oklahoma Blood Institute's largest one-day donation event in its 34-year history.Read more on NewsOK.com
BEST OF MAXIM
The Oklahoma City Thunder are ready to take another crack at winning an NBA title.
Two-time scoring champion Kevin Durant, fellow All-Star Russell Westbrook and the youthful Thunder proved last season that they have what it takes to make a deep playoff run. They lost the final three games of the Western Conference finals to eventual champion Dallas.
All 10 players are back from...
James Harden is this years sixth man of the year. Mark my words. I'm a huge fan of the Thunder and are loving their chances to make it to the finals this year. They are young and didn't get stupid during the off-season and trade away any big assets. They beat the defending champ Mavericks last night 87-83. The Mavericks are somewhat of a new look team, and the...
The plane landed from a gray sky into a gray land. Rain, shadow, cold concrete and dreary farmland -- this was Oklahoma City as the start of the NBA season inched closer.
Still, just a short drive from the airport, through all the melancholy an Oklahoma winter can throw at a man, one of the game's best players practiced himself into a fine sweat with a group of teammates capable...
BY JOHN ROHDE, Staff Writer, email@example.comOKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER — In the end, the more time Scott Brooks had to think about the season, the less he thought about making changes.Read more on NewsOK.com
The Thunder have reached the playoffs in each of the past two seasons, posting no less than 50 wins during the regular-season schedule over that time, and captured the Northwest Division title with a 55-27 ledger. It appears they are the frontrunners to repeat as division champions, but the rest of the Northwest has improved and could give OKC trouble down the stretch. Durant is...
BY DARNELL MAYBERRY, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.orgOKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER — Five of 30 NBA writers polled by ESPN predicted Thunder coach Scott Brooks would win Coach of the Year, putting him tied for first in the voting with Denver coach George Karl.Read more on NewsOK.com
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Oklahoma City Thunder made a deep run in the NBA playoffs last spring and could go farther...
The NBA season tips off in less than a week and I’m here to break down each conference for you so you have a little more knowledge of the