Found December 23, 2011 on Boston Herald Sports:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Oklahoma City Thunder made a deep run in the NBA playoffs last spring and could go farther...

Thunder's Scott Brooks had plenty of time to think during NBA lockout

BY JOHN ROHDE, Staff Writer, jrohde@opubco.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

Kevin Durant fans crowd the streets as he gives away free sneakers

The scene didn't quite compare to the chaos that decked the halls as Nike introduced a re-release of an Air Jordan sneaker from 15 years ago, thankfully, but that didn't stop the Oklahoma City area from being snarled in traffic jams on Friday as Thunder All-Star Kevin Durant gave away pairs of his own brand of shoes. The roads were no doubt already clogged due to the preponderance...

2011-12 Oklahoma City Thunder Preview

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...

Thunder waive G Robinson

The Oklahoma City Thunder waived guard Nate Robinson on Saturday. Acquired from the Boston Celtics during last season, Robinson averaged 3.3 points and 1.5 assists in four games. The 21st overall pick of the 2005 draft, Robinson is averaging 11.3 points, 2.6 assists and 2.6 rebounds in his NBA career.

Oklahoma City Thunder sets blood drive Dec. 30

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

Nate Robinson, Thunder Reach Buyout Agreement

Oklahoma City had to cut its roster down to the maximum 15 players, and in order to do so, have waived Nate Robinson after reaching a buyout agreement. Yesterday,‘s Sam Amick reported Robinson was close to being bought out by the Thunder: ”Robinson is on the books for $4.5 million in the final year of his contract, but he opted to stay in his native Seattle during training...

Thunder center Kendrick Perkins, Magic center Dwight Howard an opening-day jewel of a matchup

By Darnell Mayberry, Staff writer, dmayberry@opubco.comTen months ago, Orlando center Dwight Howard gushed at how good Kendrick Perkins would make the Oklahoma City Thunder.Ten days ago, Perkins unabashedly branded Howard as the toughest player he's ever had to cover.That alone should tell you all you need to know about the admiration both big men have for one another.Read more on

Thunder waive former dunk champion Robinson

The Oklahoma City Thunder have waived guard Nate Robinson.

Thunder part ways with backup guard Robinson

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The Oklahoma City Thunder have waived guard Nate Robinson.

Christmas Eve Super-Shopper Sale! Every Nate Robinson must go!

Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated reports: Source says OKC Thunder expected to complete a buyout of guard Nate Robinson‘s contract by tomorrow morning and he will become a free agent.Sat Dec 24 07:16:14 via TweetDeckSam Amick sam_amick Robinson is only 27, so age isn’t an issue. He’s a veteran, so inexperience isn’t an issue. And…

Wolves focus on defense ahead of season opener

The Timberwolves continue to prepare for their season opening game Monday against the Oklahoma City Thunder, and defense is the key.
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