STEVEN ADAMS RUMORS & GOSSIP
While the Oklahoma City Thunder look to bounce back into the playoffs next season, it seems that big man Steven Adams will be a huge part if they do.
Recently, Adams took a trip overseas to visit his sister in Switzerland and in case you didn’t know, Valerie Adams is a famous Olympic shot-putter.
During Steven’s trip, he decided to try his hand at shot-putting and well, he does...
Apparently, the Oklahoma City Thunder is packed not just with basketball talent, but musical talent as well. First it was Russell Westbrook singing "Bad Blood," now it's Steven Adams crooning "You're Beautiful" by James Blunt. Honestly, Adams' version might be better. (h/t 3 News)Photo credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams sank a one-handed free throw - with his non-dominant hand, no less - during the second quarter of Sunday's game against the L.A. Clippers.Adams was forced to shoot two free throws with his left hand after injuring his right hand while being fouled. Adams missed the first, but made the second as the home crowd cheered him on.Adams was immediately...
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...
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...
Steven Adams has become one of the NBA's most infamous agitators in his rookie season.
Adams was the 12th overall selection in the 2013 NBA Draft out of Pittsburgh by the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Adams grew up in New Zealand and was an unknown basketball talent until Ken McFadden discovered him and told Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon about him.
“I just played it by ear,” said Adams...
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Oklahoma City Thunder backup center Steven Adams picked a great time to step up his defensive game, coming off the bench with a career-high 5 blocks in Thursday night's Game 6 against Memphis. The Thunder beat the Memphis Grizzlies 104-84 to tie their Western Conference first round playoff series at 3 games apiece and force the deciding seventh game at home on Saturday.Video via...