Found January 16, 2012 on
There’s just everything right in Oklahoma City right now. There’s a young team by the name of the Thunder who are being talked about as being championship contenders. They’ve got a bright future, a wonderful fan base, and just plenty to go on.
Speaking of plenty, have you seen the Thunder Cheerleaders? Good God. And how wonderful is it that NBA.com has an entire Thunder Cheerleader page soaked with pictures of the girls in bikinis, uniforms, and even in civilian garbs.
I’ve selected a little bit of everything for the gallery below….
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Kendrick Perkins returned to TD Garden on Monday night for the first time since being traded to Oklahoma City last February. And the former C's center received a very warm welcome from the Celtics and their fans. A montage of Perkins was shown on the Garden Jumbotron, which drew a loud ovation from the Celtic faithful. The montage ended with a message reading, "Thank you...
Many people are concerned about the Celtics' slow start to the season. Kendrick Perkins is not one of those people. The former Celtics center, who returns to TD Garden for the first time as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night, said he expects the C's to make some noise in the playoffs this year. "They're gonna be good," Perkins said. "...
Kendrick Perkins addressing the media before the Thunder’s 88-79 win over the Celtics.
BOSTON -- Russell Westbrook hit a 3-pointer and then shimmied his hands down his torso, bent his body at the knees and strutted down the sideline in celebration. Just 39 seconds later -- this time with less than a minute left in the game -- he did it all over again. Westbrook scored 26 points, including two of Oklahoma City's four 3-pointers in the final two minutes, to help...
Kevin Durant scored a game high 28 points Monday night and Russell Westbrook knocked down 26 more as the Oklahoma City Thunder came into the “New Garden” and handed the Boston Celtics their fifth straight loss by a score of 97-88. The Thunder came out strong from the opening tip and although Boston would make a run in the third they never could get over the hump in this contest...
A humble Kendrick Perkins said yesterday he has no idea how he’ll be received by Celtics fans tonight in his return to TD Garden with the Thunder.
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Finger guns hanging by the pockets? Check. Cowboy mustache? Check. Thunder boots? Check.
Yup, I’d say...
When it comes to homecomings on Monday night, Lamar Odom stole Kendrick Perkins’ thunder – or Oklahoma City Thunder in this case.
But while Odom’s Dallas Mavericks fell to the Los Angeles Lakers in his first return to the Staples Center since being sold up the river to the Mavs, it’s clear Boston still belongs to Perkins and the Celtics no doubt miss a little bit of everything...
A seven-game winning streak has Oklahoma City atop the NBA. A matchup with the league-worst Washington Wizards should give the Thunder a very good chance to keep rolling.
Oklahoma City looks to extend its longest winning streak in two seasons Wednesday night in the nation's capital, where it goes for its sixth consecutive victory over the Wizards.
The Thunder (12-2) opened...
The Celtics have now lost 5 straight games as they lose to old friend Kendrick Perkins and his Oklahoma City Thunder tonight at the TD Garden by the score of 97-88. The Thunder have now won 7 straight and hold the best record in the NBA. Perk received a standing ovation from the crowd and [...]
Jan 16, 8:00 PM | TD Garden
Oklahoma City Thunder vs Boston Celtics Odds
Oklahoma City pays a visit to Boston on Monday, hoping to send the Celtics to a loss while also covering the spread in NBA action at TD Garden.
Boston will face the 11-2 Thunder, who own a 7-6 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Celtics are 4-7 favoring the UNDER so far...
Kendrick Perkins said it "felt like the worst day of my life" when he got traded away by the Boston Celtics.
As it turns out, he may have gotten out just in time - and moved to one of the best possible situations.
Perkins returns to Boston with the surging Oklahoma City Thunder to face his former team for the first time Monday night, and the aging Celtics are in the midst...
BOSTON (AP) Russell Westbrook scored 26 points, hitting a pair of 3-pointers in the final 91 seconds on Monday night to help
the Oklahoma City Thunder pull away from Boston and beat the slumping Celtics 97-88.
Doc Rivers said Kendrick Perkins has borrowed from Kevin Garnett's playbook.
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