STEVEN ADAMS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Steven Adams is having a huge game against the San Antonio Spurs. And it was punctuated by this strong dunk inside.
Check out Adams powerslam it over Tim Duncan and Matt Bonner:
Do it for the Kiwis, Steven!
Steven Adams pic courtesy of Getty Images. Vine by Anthony Slater.
When he’s off the court, Swaggy P is one of the most lighthearted guys you’ll ever come across. However, as soon as he steps on the hardwood, Nick Young gets down to business.
As Young pointed out last night, he plays with his “heart on [his] sleeves,” and sometimes that will result in outbursts like the one we saw against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
With 11:24 left in the...
Joel Embiid and Steven Adams are tall. The man standing directly between them while they were having a post-game chat after the Thunder bested the Sixers in Philadelphia, is not.Photo taken by Michael Kaskey-BlomainIn reality, the man, who looked very surprised to have his picture taken, was probably of average height. He was just dwarfed by the two NBA big men.
Happy Birthday, Steven Adams!
The Oklahoma City Thunder center turned 21 on Sunday. To bad nobody remembered. At least, that's what Adams thought.
The 7-footer from New Zealand took to Twitter to wish himself a happy birthday, and then responded to his own tweet.
It is interesting to note, the official Thunder twitter page did not wish him a Happy B-Day until 5:55 p.m. EST, one minute...
For those of you who didn’t already figure out from the title of the post, Oklahoma City Thunder big man Steven Adams is celebrating his birthday today as he turned 21 years of age.
Earlier today, Adams decided to wish himself a Happy Birthday on his Twitter account:
On behalf of my followers, Happy birthday @RealStevenAdams
— Steven Adams (@RealStevenAdams) July 20, 2014
After a full season in the NBA, Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams showed off his potential to be a factor in the Western Conference.
Earlier this week, Adams made a trip back to his native home of New Zealand (specifically Wellington) for some rest and relaxation.
During an interview with OneNews, he was asked a question about New Zealand’s native meat pies and the below...
As is the case for all teams when their season ends, the Oklahoma City Thunder held exit interviews for their players prior to heading into the off-season. Generally, these interviews are pretty quick, and kind of bland.
Fortunately for all of us, that wasn’t the case when big man Steven Adams met with media to discuss his just completed rookie season. Some gems included:
After an interesting rookie year with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Steven Adams will provide some future toughness for his team as they continue to chase for a title.
During his exit interview today, Adams was asked about his biggest surprise in the NBA and he provided the below answer that was noted by Darnell Mayberry of the Oklahoman:
Adams said his biggest surprise in the NBA is...
Tony Allen took a few shots at Steven Adams Tony Allen and the Memphis Grizzlies had a tough in hard-fought series against the Oklahoma City Thunder during the NBA’s Western Conference first round. However, it would end bitter for the Grizzlies after losing Zach Randolph for Game 7 after “punching” rookie Steven Adams during an altercation. The rookie from New Zealand has already...
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Nuggets forward Jordan Hamilton was ejected during the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s game against the Thunder after throwing a punch at center Steven Adams. Hamilton was reacting to an illegal hit check from Adams and was originally assessed a Flagrant 1 but it was later upgraded to a Flagrant 2 (automatic ejection) by referees after review. The post Nuggets’ Jordan Hamilton...