R.I.P… Monty Williams’ Wife Dies The assistant coah for the Oklahoma City Thunder is reeling after his wife tragically passed away. Monty Williams’ wife Ingrid Williams died Wednesday after being hit in a head-on collision. ESPN reports: Ingrid Williams, the
On Wednesday the Oklahoma City Thunder announced that Ingrid Williams, wife of assistant coach Monty Williams, had died at the age of 44. Ingrid Williams was driving in Oklahoma City on Tuesday night when another vehicle crossed the center line and hit her car head-on. The driver of the other vehicle was pronounced dead at […]
Ingrid Williams, wife of Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Wililams, succumbed to injuries sustained in a car accident on Wednesday at the age of 44, ESPN reports.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers broke down after his team's loss to Boston on Wednesday night. He had just learned of the death of Ingrid Williams, wife of Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams. Ingrid Williams, 44, was seriously injured in an car accident Tuesday night and died at a hospital...
The wife of Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams died on Wednesday following a car accident the night before, the NBA said. The crash took place in the Oklahoma City area and Ingrid Williams, 44, succumbed to the injuries on Wednesday. Show More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans (20-32) will try to head into the NBA All-Star break on a high note when they visit the Oklahoma City Thunder (39-14) as double-digit betting underdogs at sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark on Thursday. TheShow More Summary
The wife of Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams died Wednesday evening at a hospital from injuries suffered in a car crash, police said.
The wife of Oklahoma City Thunder assistant Monty Williams, Ingrid, died Wednesday after suffering injuries during an automobile accident on Tuesday night in Oklahoma City, the team announced. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Tragedy struck the Oklahoma City Thunder and rippled throughout the NBA Wednesday, as news spread of the death of the wife of Monty Williams, an assistant coach with the team. Ingrid Williams, 44, was involved in a car crash Tuesday, and she leaves behind five children. According to The Oklahoman, Williams’s sport utility vehicle was struck […]
Ingrid Williams, the wife of Oklahoma City Thunder associate head coach Monty Williams, died Wednesday due to injuries suffered in a car accident. Erik Horne of the Oklahoman passed along an official team statement on the tragedy: The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski noted that Ingrid and Monty Williams have five children. Show More Summary
The new Air Jordan XXX sneakers on Russell Westbrook's feet might actually be spaceships, a new commercial suggests—so everyone should probably get out of his way. The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard stars in the ad for Nike's subsidiary...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant scored 25 of his 32 points in the second half and Oklahoma City pulled away in the final four minutes to hand the Phoenix Suns their eighth consecutive loss, 122-106 on Monday night.
Did you know Kevin Durant is going to be a free agent over the summer? OK, good. Just wanted to make sure. After all, no one is talking about Durant, or his future with the Oklahoma City Thunder, or any aspect of his impending free agency. Show More Summary
In their last battle of the regular season, the Oklahoma City Thunder and Phoenix Suns meet at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in the National Basketball Association.
There's no disputing that the 46-4 Golden State Warriors and 43-8 San Antonio Spurs are the class of the NBA and the Western Conference. However, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, whose team is in third place in the West, isn't...Show More Summary
Oklahoma City pushed the Warriors, but couldn't quite win, a sad reminder about how their dynasty has yet to materalize. It's sad to think that these Oklahoma City Thunder may never win a championship. Four years ago, when they lost in the 2012 NBA Finals to the Miami Heat, it seemed inevitable that they would be back. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City couldn't quite beat Golden State in a showcase game, but there's enough there to make the Warriors sweat. We've been looking for someone to challenge the Warriors all season, someone to make this perfect run at another title a little messy. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors won their 41st straight regular-season home game, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder, 116-108, on Saturday night.
Steph Curry dropped 26 points, 10 assists, six rebounds and a Cam Newton-esque dab on the Oklahoma City Thunder at Oracle Arena Saturday night to cap off the front end of what the reigning MVP likes to call “a win and a win.” That is, a win for his Golden State Warriors and one for his […]
The Golden State Warriors continued their amazing season Saturday with a 116-108 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder at Oakland's Oracle Arena. Klay Thompson hit his first three-pointer in six attempts with one minute, 59 seconds left to give Golden State a 110-104 lead after the Thunder had erased a 20-point deficit to tie it at 104-104. Show More Summary