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The Thunder could tack four years onto Russell Westbrook's contract.
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When the Oklahoma City Thunder return from the NBA lockout, they'll be coming back to a brand new home.
The Thunder's new practice facility will be open to players Thursday, although general manager Sam Presti said Wednesday that it's unclear how many players will report for the first day.
Presti says he expects to ''probably see a steady stream of guys over...
I guess Danny Ainge realized he made a boo-boo.
If you believe Chris Broussard (which I normally do), Ainge saw what the Kendrick Perkins trade did to his team last season, slammed his head on a table and then picked up the phone to call Oklahoma City in order to right a wrong—or admit that he had been taken to the cleaners by Sam Presti. (ESPN Boston)
BY DARNELL MAYBERRY, Staff Writer, email@example.comThe OKC guard is eligible to receive an extension to his rookie scale contract.Read more on NewsOK.com
OKC Thunder Big man Kendrick Perkins has kept busy during the lockout working his tail off and getting in serious game shape…Perk has proved that his right knee has fully healed from reconstructive surgery.This is the Perkins workout video that’s been floating around the Internet showing him through all sorts of conditioning routines that amateurs are advised not to try at home...
Royal Ivey, Men's Basketball standout and NBA veteran, will take part in commencement ceremonies on the Forty Acres this weekend.
Once the NBA lockout got started, the Oklahoma City Thunder's players were no longer allowed to work out in their practice facility. Now, they may never practice in the place again. When players are allowed to report to team facilities Thursday, the Thunder will enter a new $14 million practice site on the northeast side of town that was funded by the same penny sales tax increase...
How's this for weird? ESPN's Chris Broussard tweeted an interesting failed trade proposal that Celtics president Danny Ainge reportedly offered the Oklahoma City Thunder after last season. According to Broussard, the C's offered the Thunder point guard Rajon Rondo and forward Jeff Green in exchange for point guard Russell Westbrook and center Kendrick Perkins. Trading...
BY JOHN ROHDE, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.orgSecond-year pro attended classes at Kansas, worked out with Nick CollisonRead more on NewsOK.com
BY DARNELL MAYBERRY, Staff Writer, email@example.comOKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER — The Thunder will open their 2011-12 season against Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic on Christmas Day at 7 p.m at Chesapeake Energy Arena.Read more on NewsOK.com
The Celtics offered Rajon Rondo and Jeff Green to the Thunder in exchange for Russell Westbrook and Kendrick Perkins
They’re known for getting impressive airtime during games and now they’re soaring on the fashion front. The NBA will finally return later this month and just in time, GQ magazine is highlighting some of the game’s best dunkers. We’ve seen their “Superman-like” capabilities during games and slam dunks over cars, but it’s not often that we see these players suit up to...