General Manager, Sam Presti, announced this afternoon that All-Star Point guard, Russell Westbrook will miss the first 4-6 weeks of the regular season. He went arthroscopic knee surgery today and will miss the first month or so of the regular season. Presti released this statement: Russell has been incredible in his work and rehabilitation. He has […]The post Westbrook to miss...
The Oklahoma City Thunder could wear sleeved jerseys this season, joining a number of teams that will do the same in select games.
"There's a chance," Sam Presti said.
Presti would not say which game(s) the Thunder would participate by wearing the unique uniforms.
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Oklahoma City Thunder GM Sam Presti says the team is not planning to amnesty center Kendrick Perkins despite his big salary.
I’m no longer slurping the Sam Presti Kool-Aid. I can't help but have visions of a Thunder team featuring Durant, Harden, Ibaka and Rajon Rondo dance through my head.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are just five days from the NBA Trade deadline. A lot of people are curious if and when Oklahoma City is going to make a move. If they’re going to make a move. It’s hard to think that Sam Presti wasn’t watching the debacle that is the game against the Miami [...]
Oklahoma City general manager Sam Presti has never been about the quick fix. Yes, the Thunder's journey from the lottery to title contender is years in the making, but the work is hardly done.
Nothing is assumed in OKC. There is no sense of entitlement for the defending Western Conference champions. They just don't expect to be back in The Finals next June. That's just...
Sam Presti expressed his desire to bring back Scott Brooks.
One day after winning the Western Conference Finals, Sam Presti and Troy Weaver of the Thunder front office caught an early flight to Chicago to attend a 9 AM workout session at the NBA Pre-Draft Camp.
BY DARNELL MAYBERRY, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.orgThe OKC guard is eligible to receive an extension to his rookie scale contract.Read more on NewsOK.com
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...
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November 30, 2011