Though it's a bit earlier than most people expected, the 2012-2013 season is officially in the books for the Oklahoma City Thunder. The bitter taste of postseason defeat tends to hang around for a bit, but it's time for the players and the organization as a whole to move forward and start planning for next season. Show More Summary
Earlier today, word got out that Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant had donated $1 million to the United States Red Cross in the wake of yesterday's tornado, which leveled entire neighborhoods and killed at least two dozen in the OKC suburb of Moore, Oklahoma. Read more...
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant pledged to donate $1 million to the victims of the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday. The Oklahoma City Thunder matched his $1 million donation, and the NBA Players' Union also donated $1 million. Show More Summary
(CNN) – Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant got a phone call from Joe Biden Tuesday after the vice president received word of Durant’s million-dollar pledge to help relief efforts after Monday’s tornado. VP called Kevin Durant to thank him for his $1 million donation to @RedCross & for providing moral support to #Oklahoma. @KDTrey5— […]
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant has reportedly pledged $1 million to tornado relief through his family foundation. I think that’s pretty awesome. Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is [...] The post With Leather’s Watch This: Kevin Durant Is A Pretty Great Guy appeared first on With Leather.
The Westboro Baptist Church is drawing a link between Monday's devastating Oklahoma tornado and NBA star Kevin Durant's support for Jason Collins. After Collins came out as gay in SI this spring, Oklahoma City Thunder forward DurantShow More Summary
Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder star, has donated $1 million to the Red Cross fund for tornado and disaster relief in the aftermath of the deadly storm that devastated Oklahoma on Monday. @kdtrey5 steps forward and gives $1mil matching … Continue reading ?
Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant and Los Angeles Dodger Matt Kemp are opening their checkbooks to help out in the wake of the deadly Oklahoma tornado.
On Tuesday, May 21, 2013, Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant through his family foundation pledged $1 million to the American Red Cross disaster relief efforts in Oklahoma. “The Red Cross relies on its donors to perform its mission in relieving human suffering following disasters,” said Janienne Bella, regional CEO. “Mr. Durant’s gift and support to [...]
Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant is donating $1 million to the Red Cross for tornado relief, Royce Young of Daily Thunder reports. Moore, Oklahoma — which was hardest hit by the storm — is about 11 miles south of Oklahoma City. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers are entering a crucial offseason for their rebuilding plan, one that will hopefully have them fighting for a playoff spot next spring. Recently, teams like the Oklahoma City Thunder and Golden State Warriors have risen from years of lottery picks to enjoying successful playoff runs, all thanks to outstanding offseason work. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant and other athletes from or with ties to Oklahoma expressed support for the victims of the devastating tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday. Durant tweeted that he was praying for the victims. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder’s season came to an end earlier than anticipated at the hand of the Memphis Grizzlies in 5 games. Now, the front office is met with some tough decisions this offseason. One, in particular, is what to do with Kendrick Perkins. Ever since joining OKC a few years ago, Perk hasn’t quite [...]
The Memphis Grizzlies sent one of the biggest NBA superstars packing by eliminating Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2013 playoffs. The media buzz after the second round seemed to center on not blaming Durant (via USA Today) because he “can’t do everything” (via ESPN). Show More Summary
It's easy to think that Russell Westbrook's injury is really what went wrong for the Oklahoma City Thunder in their second-round defeat against the Memphis Grizzlies, but there's a whole lot more to it. Sure, not having their second-best player and emotional leader on the floor was a big hit to this Thunder team. Show More Summary
At the beginning of this season, almost no one expected the Oklahoma City Thunder to be excluded from the postseason picture this early. I suppose that's what is so exciting and heartwrenching about the NBA: Anything can happen. This...Show More Summary
After the Memphis Grizzlies closed out the Oklahoma City Thunder, 88-84, on Wednesday night to clinch a five-game series win and advance to their first Western Conference finals in franchise history, I went to bed thinking, "I bet this Grizzlies team finally gets some respect tomorrow morning." Well, I was wrong. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder's offseason began sooner than expected after the Memphis Grizzlies eliminated them in the Western Conference semifinals. Russell Westbrook's meniscus injury damaged OKC's NBA title hopes more than most expected, and now the focus is on regrouping and contending in 2013-14. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder have some work to do. After falling in the Western Conference Semifinals to the Memphis Grizzlies, it's become clear that the Thunder aren't necessarily in the position they thought they were. With a healthy...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant isn't LeBron James. Or Kobe Bryant. Or Michael Jordan. Or Magic Johnson. And he's perfectly fine with that. Speaking with reporters less than 24 hours removed from the Oklahoma City Thunder being eliminated from the postseason by the Memphis Grizzlies, Durant had a message for any cynics preparing to jump off his bandwagon. Show More Summary