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5 Biggest Things We're Looking Forward to from Kevin Durant's Return

The biggest story going into the 2015-16 campaign is the return of Kevin Durant after a season derailed by three foot surgeries and 55 missed games. With Durant expected to be ready for the Oklahoma City Thunder's opening tip in October,...Show More Summary

Grading the Oklahoma City Thunder Offseason

This season, the Oklahoma City Thunder intend to right the ship as last year's run did not play out as expected. New head coach Billy Donovan has a lot to be happy about. Superstar Kevin Durant and rim protector Serge Ibaka are both expected to be at full strength next season. Show More Summary

Making the Case for Enes Kanter's Max Deal

Based on everything we’ ve seen, $70 million over four years is a sizable overpay for Enes Kanter. There’s no getting around that. Nevertheless, the Oklahoma City Thunder front office made the polarizing decision to match Kanter ’s hefty offer sheet, and all reports suggest it was a fairly easy choice for general manager Sam Presti. Show More Summary

A former D-League player is back with a perfect impersonation of Tim Duncan and James Harden

Last week, the world was introduced to NBA impersonator Brandon Armstrong, who masterfully imitated Oklahoma City Thunder superstar (...)

Why Enes Kanter Could Become the NBA's Highest-Paid Sixth Man

After signing a four-year, $70 million contract, Enes Kanter is on a path to become the NBA's highest-paid sixth man. Despite his offensive prowess, his defensive shortcomings make him a tough sell in the Oklahoma City Thunder's starting...Show More Summary

Kevin Durant Drops Easy Pop-Fly at Celebrity Softball Game (Video)

Kevin Durant: Very, very good at basketball.  Very, very bad at baseball. The Oklahoma City Thunder all-star was playing in Richard Sherman‘s celebrity softball game on Sunday when botched an easy pop-fly off the bat of the Clippers’ Jamal Crawford, proving to everyone that all the basketball skills in the world won’t necessarily make you […]

Matt Barnes Says He Wants to Fight Serge Ibaka While on 'SportsNation'

It's no secret that there is bad blood between the Memphis Grizzlies' Matt Barnes and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Serge Ibaka. Now, we just wonder if the two will come to blows at some point. Barnes went on ESPN's SportsNation Tuesday and talked about why he wants to fight Ibaka. Show More Summary

Kevin Durant Misses Routine Fly Ball During Celebrity Softball Game

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant can pull off ridiculous plays on the basketball court but apparently has some trouble making routine outs on the diamond. During Richard Sherman's celebrity softball game at Safeco Field in Seattle...Show More Summary

Kevin Durant Injury: Updates on Thunder Star's Recovery From Foot Surgery

Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant appears to be well on the way to a full recovery from foot surgery ahead of the 2015-16 NBA season. Continue for updates. Durant Increases Training Intensity Monday, July 20 Anthony Slater...Show More Summary

Have Oklahoma City Thunder Done Enough to Improve During the 2015 Offseason?

The Oklahoma City Thunder didn't need to make a big splash in free agency to build a championship-caliber team. By hiring head coach Billy Donovan, drafting Cameron Payne and re-signing Enes Kanter and Kyle Singler, the club has improved...Show More Summary

Celtics acquire Perry Jones III from Thunder

The Boston Celtics acquired forward Perry Jones III from the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday along with a second-round draft pick and cash.

Celtics acquire Perry Jones III from Thunder

The Boston Celtics announced Tuesday that they have acquired forward Perry Jones III from the Oklahoma City Thunder, a 2019 second round pick from the Detroit Pistons and cash considerations in exchange for a future conditional second round pick.

Thunder trade Perry Jones to Celtics

The Oklahoma City Thunder acquired a trade exception and a protected 2018 second round draft pick from the Boston Celtics in exchange for forward Perry Jones, a 2019 second round draft pick and cash considerations, it was announced today by Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti. Jones III, a 6?11? forward, appeared in 43 [...]

Perry Jones to Celtics: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

Perry Jones is on the move, as the Oklahoma City Thunder have reportedly agreed to send the 23-year-old to the Boston Celtics. Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe reported the deal Tuesday: Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe added that the Celtics will be receiving a second-round pick that will come from a team other than Oklahoma City. Show More Summary

Report: Boston Celtics to Acquire Perry Jones From Oklahoma City Thunder

Boston has reportedly acquired former first-round pick Perry Jones from the Thunder, plus a second-round pick and cash in exchange for basically nothing. The post Report: Boston Celtics to Acquire Perry Jones From Oklahoma City Thunder appeared first on SLAMonline.

Boston Celtics Trade Rumors: OKC Agrees To Send Perry Jones In Trade To Shed Salary

Boston Celtics trade rumors reveal a deal in place for Perry Jones III of the Oklahoma City Thunder. A report from Steve Bulpett at the Boston Herald indicates that the Celtics will trade a future second-round pick and cash for Jones. Show More Summary

Biggest Takeaways from Oklahoma City Thunder 2015 Summer League

For a team built almost exclusively through the draft such as the Oklahoma City Thunder, the summer league is the first chance to see its handiwork in action. While the wins and losses will become moot once the real games start in October,...Show More Summary

Westbrook Impersonator Nails His On-Court Impression, Gets Response from Russ

This is Russell Westbrook. Well, not actually the Oklahoma City Thunder star point guard, of course. But Instagram user @bdotadot5 did an absolutely spot-on impression of the All-Star. Warning: Clip contains NSFW language. From the tilt...Show More Summary

OKC Thunder Match Blazers’ $70 Million Offer Sheet to Enes Kanter

The Oklahoma City Thunder won’t be having problems filling in their center position. Having been initially offered a $70 million offer sheet from the Portland Trailblazers last Thursday, Kanter immediately signed it which forced the Thunder into a serious predicament. Without a doubt, the amount of money offered is not justifiable to this point for […]

The Oklahoma City Thunder are going all-in one year before Kevin Durant becomes a free agent

After being devastated by injuries last season, the Oklahoma City Thunder are making a $98-million bet that they can compete for a championship this season. The Thunder handled their biggest business of the offseason, deciding to match a four-year, $70 million deal for center Enes Kanter. Show More Summary

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