Found June 27, 2012 on
The Victory Formation:
It sure seems that the player in the draft that has the most amount of pressure on him that isn’t named Anthony Davis is Bradley Beal. We know that nobody is moving into the #1 overall spot in tomorrow’s NBA Draft, but there are several teams that have Beal on their radar, and the latest [...]
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If the Oklahoma City Thunder are going to build a dynasty, it may be by having success at Monopoly first.
General manager Sam Presti equated the NBA draft to the venerable board game, saying it is the league's equivalent of passing ''GO'' and getting $200 because it is a ''free chance to improve.''
Perhaps no team has played this particular game...
Are the Wizards in play for James Harden?
The Oklahoma City Thunder are exploring the possibility of trading James Harden in exchange for the #2 or #3 overall pick in tonight’s draft in an apparent effort to select Brad Beal. Chad Ford mentioned this in his most recent Mock Draft today (his 96th version I believe).
From OKC’s perspective, they have already handed out huge...
Bradley Beal revealed that Sam Presti told him in an interview in Chicago that the Thunder were interested in trading up to draft him.
I guess it’s time for the Cleveland Cavalier fan to emerge. Personally I had to give the Cleveland fan inside me some time to recover. I actually started my recovery 3 minutes into the 3rd quarter. When I realized that the Oklahoma City Thunder were intent on putting Kendrick Perkins on the floor, just so they could watch him get his shot get his shot blocked. And when Mike Miller...
The Thunder assured James Harden in recent days that the team wouldn't trade him for a top-3 pick.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are being punished, and it will reportedly cost them a draft pick. Commissioner David Stern has ordered that the Thunder send the Celtics a 2013 second-round pick as compensation for the heart problem Jeff Green suffered with the C's, according to Yahoo! Sports. The Thunder will reportedly send the second-round pick it controls from the Bobcats, meaning...
If you watched any of NBA TV yesterday, you probably noticed it was non-stop Miami Heat championship parade and pep-rally coverage. Of course, to the victor, goes the spoils as Heat players, coaches, and staff were on hand for the fans as they celebrated Miami' second title in franchise history.
But what about the Oklahoma City Thunder? Sure they may have come up short in the...