At the beginning of the season, a matchup between the Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder would have been a mouth-watering prospect. Without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, the Thunder have lost five straight games and entered Sunday at the bottom of the Western Conference. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks is optimistic after Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook participated in non-contact drills on Saturday. The Oklahoma City Thunder need help. Luckily for them, it may be coming sooner rather than later....Show More Summary
It seemed on the surface like such simple-happy news: Following a frustration-fraught first month of the season, the Oklahoma City Thunder could welcome back their superstar duo—Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook—as early as next week,...Show More Summary
Thunder stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are reportedly getting closer to a return. They looked good in individual workouts this week and will participate in portions of Saturday’s practice, according […] The post Report: Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook Could Return Next Week appeared first on SLAMonline.
The two Thunder superstars will participate in no contact drills with their teammates for the first time since their injuries Good news has been scarce in Oklahoma City this season. First Kevin Durant had to undergo surgery to fix a fracture in his foot, then Russell Westbrook broke his hand in the second game of the season. Show More Summary
With Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook injured, Reggie Jackson is doing everything he can to get the Oklahoma City Thunder out of their slump. Jackson made a great move to the basket against the Brooklyn Nets on Friday, finishing the dribble drive with a dunk over Brook Lopez and Kevin Garnett. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Oklahoma City Thunder haven't had much to be happy about this season. Injuries have decimated the roster, including the team's top two players in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. They are off to a 3-10 start and are dead last in the West. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Scott Brooks has never needed power forward Serge Ibaka like he does right now. With reigning MVP Kevin Durant and superstar sidekick Russell Westbrook sidelined until December (at the earliest), Ibaka...Show More Summary
The NBA presented Russell Westbrook with the Community Assist Award during the Oklahoma City Thunder’s home game against the Houston Rockets on Sunday. His Why Not? Foundation will receive a $10,000 […] The post Russell Westbrook Wins Community Assist Award (PHOTO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Life without two superstars has been rough for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Scott Brooks' squad has started 3-7, noticeably lacking the presence of the reigning MVP in Kevin Durant and their point guard, Russell Westbrook. Oklahoma City looked to steady the ship against a 4-6 Utah Jazz squad on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook, who somehow looks sillier than he usually does in this clip, will be playing a high school baller in the next episode of Nickelodeon's "Henry Danger," which airs Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. We can't watch Westbrook playing an NBA game, so we just have to settle for him dominating a 13-year-old while talking to his grandmother on a cell phone. (HT: @AnthonyVSlater).
Russell Westbrook is used to dunking on professional basketball players, so it’s going to be a trip watching him dunk
Injuries to Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and so, so many more have the Oklahoma City Thunder facing questions they couldn't have seen coming just a few weeks ago. Can we get to 50 wins? Are the playoffs already out of the question? Is...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder are trying to work through the injuries of players like Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, two MVP candidates before the start of the NBA season. With those two out, Kendrick Perkins apparently likes his chances...Show More Summary
Given that early-season injuries to superstars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook might cause the OKC Thunder to miss the NBA Playoffs in the brutal Western Conference, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark […] The post Mark Cuban Wonders Why the OKC Thunder Aren’t Tanking appeared first on SLAMonline.
Winners of five straight, the Sacramento Kings took on the reeling Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder entered Sunday having lost their last three games and five of their first six contests. Without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, help is a long way away for a team many expected to contend for a championship. Watch the video for full highlights. Show More Summary
One week after surgery on his broken right hand, Russell Westbrook is upbeat about his recovery and trying to help his injury-riddled team find a way to survive without current NBA MVP Kevin Durant and himself on the court.
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Reggie Jackson is fighting to be an NBA starter while Russell Westbrook remains out with an injury, but it's coming with a cost. Thunder point guard Reggie Jackson finds himself fighting two different battles. Show More Summary
It's hard to see hope through the thicket of walking boots, casts, Ace bandages and gauze littering the Oklahoma City Thunder locker room. Kevin Durant (broken foot) can't walk. Russell Westbrook (broken hand) can't catch. An injuryShow More Summary
Scott Brooks has had it easy for most of his career as the head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder, but he'll be defined by the way he navigates the hard times ahead. Having Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook on the roster necessarily simplified things. Show More Summary