It's already known that Oklahoma City won't win the NBA title, since the Thunder didn't make the playoffs.
The Toronto Raptors' DeMar DeRozan and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook today were named the Kia NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month, respectively, for games played in April.
The Oklahoma City Thunder narrowly missed the cut for this year's playoffs, and head coach Scott Brooks has become the target of blame. In addition, one of his rumored replacements is Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau, who has been...Show More Summary
"Son of the Congo" is not only the story of NBA star Serge Ibaka's return to his West African village but also the tale of a young man's maturation.The hourlong documentary, which airs Friday (April 17), on ESPN (after debuting at the...Show More Summary
With a lot of fan-favorite teams like the Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder out of the 2014-15 NBA playoffs, there are some displaced NBA fans who will likely need a new team to support. Luckily, redditor crazyei8hts is here to save you with his handy flow chart. Some of the sections are a bit tough to swallow (e.g. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder's playoff hopes were alive headed into the final game of the regular season, but in a historically tough Western Conference, even MVP candidate Russell Westbrook's best efforts couldn't catapult them into the eighth seed. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder were eliminated from the NBA Playoffs on the final day of the regular season (ugh life isn't fair!), but they're professionals and are probably fin—nah, they're done watching basketball. Basketball is dumb now. Kevin Durant asked if he will watch the playoffs. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder’s season ended with a thud when the New Orleans Pelicans grabbed the Western Conference’s final playoff spot, a sad ending that grew increasingly likely after Kevin Durant underwent foot surgery. Durant, who is expected to need four-to-six months to recover, spoke with reporters Thursday and was pretty succinct about whether he […]
On the heels of Oklahoma City’s failure to secure the final playoff spot in the Western Conference comes this report from Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, which claims that Thunder management is feeling a little antsy about Scott Brooks going forward. Read more...
The Oklahoma City Thunder will enter the offseason needing to put the finishing touches on an extraordinary roster. The team has the talent to once again be title contenders, but adding depth on the perimeter will safeguard them from...Show More Summary
Wednesday night brought some highs and some lows for Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook. Upside? He won the NBA's scoring title with an average of 28.1 points per game for the season. Downside? Despite the Thunder'sShow More Summary
Billy Donovan to the NBA is a storyline that seems to pop up every college basketball offseason. It’s the middle of April – the 2014-15 season has been done for more than a week – so here we are again. According to Yahoo Sports’ Adrian...Show More Summary
The Thunder missed the playoffs for the first time in six years and it might cost Brooks his job. The Thunder will evaluate their coaching situation after missing the playoffs, which means Scott Brooks' future in Oklahoma City is uncertain,...Show More Summary
Battered by injuries, the Oklahoma City Thunder missed the playoffs for the first time in six years this season. And the Thunder — which played much of the year without reigning MVP Kevin Durant — barely got left out, tying the New Orleans Pelicans for eighth in the Western Conference at 45-37 but losing the […]
The Oklahoma City Thunder front office is reportedly going to review the working relationship with head coach Scott Brooks before deciding whether he should return for the final guaranteed year on his current contract. Continue for updates. Brooks'...Show More Summary
Yet again, Russell Westbrook was heroic. And yet again, his heroism wasn't enough to save the Oklahoma City Thunder. Westbrook amassed 37 points, eight rebounds and seven assists in a 138-113 throttling of the clearly checked-out Minnesota Timberwolves, but his efforts were ultimately meaningless. Show More Summary
There are no excuses around an Oklahoma City Thunder locker room that's endured protracted hardship throughout an injury-riddled 2014-15 campaign. "We put ourselves in this position," Russell Westbrook told reporters after a 101-90 win against the Portland Trail Blazers this week. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder looked to keep their postseason hopes alive when they took on the Minnesota Timberwolves Wednesday night. The Thunder needed a win and a Pelicans loss to have any hope of making it to the postseason, and they had won two of their last three. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook wrapped up the 2014-15 NBA scoring title by dropping 37 points against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday. However, he could not care less about the scoring crown, because the Oklahoma City Thunder were eliminated from playoff contention after the New Orleans Pelicans beat the San Antonio Spurs. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook scored 37 points in Oklahoma City's 138-113 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night that was rendered moot by New Orleans' playoff-clinching win over San Antonio.