Found July 23, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
Thanks to the world of Instagram video, we know what Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook is doing in his spare time. He is working on his awesome dance moves….

Westbrook working on dance moves recoving from injury

Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook has been spending this offseason recovering from knee surgery. Instead of showing his progress of getting his moves back on the basketball court, Westbrook is doing it on the dance floor as seen in this recent Instagram video. Westbrook suffered a torn meniscus against the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of the first round of the NBA playoffs...

Here’s Russell Westbrook dancing around room for no apparent reason (video)

In all likelihood, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook is spending a majority of the offseason rehabbing after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee that he suffered during Game 2 of the team’s first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets. But that does not mean he doesn’t have time [...]The post Here’s Russell Westbrook dancing...

Derek Fisher to play third-consecutive season in OKC

Derek Fisher will play a third-consecutive season in Oklahoma City. The Thunder have signed Fisher to a one-year deal for the league veteran minimum of about 1.4 million, according to The Oklahoman. The move leaves the Thunder in better shape at the guard position. Now they will have Russell Westbrook, Reggie Jackson and Fisher at the point guard spot. Fisher will be 39 when...

Derek Fisher Re-Signing With Oklahoma City, Because That Makes Total Sense

Daniel Buerge of sent out this tweet a few days ago, and nobody believed him — well, nobody wanted to believe him, is probably a more accurate statement. Apparently, the Oklahoma City Thunder are actually re-signing Derek Fisher to a one-year deal. However, the good news is the Thunder will have his services for the entire season. The bad news? The Thunder will...

Derek Fisher Re-Signs With Thunder

Derek Fisher is re-signing with the Thunder on a 1 year, $1.4M deal worth the veteran’s minimum according to Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman. After losing out on the Mike Miller sweepstakes, re-signing Fisher is a good move for the Thunder and also a good move for Fisher, who is still on his quest for a 6th NBA championship ring. The Thunder don’t have a lot help off the bench...

Thunder have plenty of options at center

The Miami Heat showed us a center is not a necessity to win an NBA championship. For that matter, neither is offensive rebounding. The Heat had no center and ranked No. 28 in the league, getting just 8.2 offensive rebounds per game. We all know what happened in June, too. Now we have all this concern about the Oklahoma City Thunder not getting enough production from center Kendrick...

Oklahoma City Thunder t-shirt features Taylor Swift joke about James Harden

We’ve posted some pretty hilarious t-shirts here at That NBA Lottery Pick but this one featuring the Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston guard James Harden is pretty classic. Check out the full t-shirt below with the Taylor Swift song title listed on it:   *** Best T-Shirt Ever [Reddit NBA]

Durant, Harden teaming up again?

It looks like Kevin Durant and James Harden could get back together. Not for the Thunder. Not for the Rockets, either, but for Team USA. Durant and Harden both expressed interest in playing for the national team when it travels to Spain next year for the World Cup. Russell Westbrook and Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves have also said they wanted to play. All four were...

Oklahoma City Thunder: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season

Oklahoma City Thunder: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season By Jordan Van Beek: Hoopstuff Writer Needs: C, Bench Scoring Need Analysis: The Thunder were the number one seed last season, but couldn’t make it to the Finals, due to Russell Westbrook’s season ending injury. The only thing the Thunder really need this off season is a center who can have more of an impact in games...

Boards-n-Blocks: Thunderstruck!

This team led the league in blocked shots per game in three of the last four seasons, and was second in the one that it didn’t. This team also finished in the Top 6 in rebounding in the last four years. Who is this team? Without cheating and looking at a stats site you’d have to guess the Lakers, with Dwight Howard, or a defensively minded team like the Spurs, with Tim Duncan...

Durant, Love to keep playing for US

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant and Minnesota Timberwolves center Kevin Love say Wednesday they will be returning to play for Team USA.

Grizzlies address shooting need, adding Mike Miller

For the first time in franchise history, the Memphis Grizzlies reached the conference finals and stood four games away from teh NBA Finals. Unfortunately the familiar tune of a sweep -- something longtime Grizzlies fans know all too well -- ended their Playoff run. Sure, Memphis certainly benefited from Russell Westbrook's absence and Oklahoma City having to figure out how...
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