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Oklahoma City Thunder: Expectations For Jeremy Lamb

One of the biggest reasons the Oklahoma City Thunder’s title aspirations stalled out last season was because Scott Brooks played aging players like Caron Butler and Derek Fisher down the stretch because he did not trust the younger players on the bench. Fisher and Butler did the best they could, but at their age, they […] Oklahoma City Thunder: Expectations For Jeremy Lamb -...
Via NBA Draft Blog
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Thunder’s Lamb fondly recalls his short stay in Houston

Practicing in Toyota Center on Thursday morning wasn’t a new experience for Oklahoma City guard Jeremy Lamb. Although he has played only five minutes of one regular-season game on the floor of the venue, it remains a special place to Lamb. It is where he got his NBA start. It has been 11/2 years since the Rockets picked Lamb 12th overall in the 2012 NBA draft. In the last couple...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Kickstarter campaign is looking to raise awareness of Jeremy Lamb

Over the years, there has been some interesting Kickstarter campaigns but this one started by David Feng of Tulsa, Oklahoma ranks among the most random. The campaign is looking to raise awareness of the potential awesomeness of Oklahoma City Thunder guard Jeremy Lamb and it appears that your donations will be going to a good cause. If you happen to donate $5 bucks, you get an awesome...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
November 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Jeremy Lamb next up to fill James Harden role

For his rookie season, Jeremy Lamb bounced back and forth between the NBA and the D-League. On Oklahoma City's talented roster, there was not much space for the talented combo wing player from Connecticut. Lamb had shown in college that he could be a good scorer and a great creator of shots for others. Doing it at the NBA level, in pressure situations no less, was the question...
Via Crossover Chronicles
August 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Oklahoma City Thunder look for big year from Jeremy Lamb

In the past two years, the Oklahoma City Thunder have lost their sixth man in James Harden and Kevin Martin, respectively. When you lose someone, you look to someone else to step up. This is the mindset that the Oklahoma City Thunder have on their 3rd year guard out of Connecticut, Jeremy Lamb. In reality, no one should expect any player to come off and produce to the volume that...
Via isportsweb.com
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Thunder's Jeremy Lamb has fashion sense, too

Fashion has become a big part of the NBA these days -- especially for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant always like to show off their style off the court, but there's another OKC player to look out for. Thunder reserve shooting guard Jeremy Lamb let the world know this week his attire was getting attention long before his superstar teammates. ...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
June 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Jeremy Lamb wants everyone to know he once posed in a Walmart catalog as a child

Apparently today was #tbt on Twitter and Instagram, and for those of  you not in the know, #tbt stands for Throwback Thursday. Oklahoma City Thunder guard Jeremy Lamb thought he’d play along by posting a picture of himself when he was a wee lad, posing in a Walmart catalog… Too cute. Even back in the day Lamb had some serious swag going on, thanks to his Boys Rustler® Relaxed...
Via The Last Angry Fan
June 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Photo: Jeremy Lamb modeled clothes for Walmart as a kid

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Jeremy Lamb uploaded this image to Instagram on Thursday which sheds some light on what he might be doing if his professional basketball career hadn't panned out.As you can see, the image features a young Lamb striking an adorable pose while modeling a pair of spiffy jeans for Walmart.I'm not sure what happened to Lamb and his modeling career after...
Via Bush League Chronicle
June 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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Thunder rookie was Walmart model as a kid

Apparently, it is something called #tbt (Throw Back Thursday) on social media — these kids and their highfalutin hashtags and whatnot — so Oklahoma City Thunder swingman Jeremy Lamb uploaded the above photo of himself from way back when. As you can see, as a boy, Lamb did a bit of modeling — presumably when [...]The post Thunder’s Jeremy Lamb posts photo of himself as a Walmart...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Oklahoma City sends Jeremy Lamb to D-League

The Oklahoma City Thunder have assigned rookie Jeremy Lamb to their NBA Development League affiliate in Tulsa. General manager Sam Presti says Lamb will be in uniform for the 66ers for their game Friday night against Rio Grande Valley. Lamb has appeared in eight games for Oklahoma City this season after being acquired as part of the preseason trade that sent James Harden to Houston...
Via AP on Fox
November 29, 2012  |  Discuss
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