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Oklahoman 8 hours ago
Kevin Durant tells Pelicans F Anthony Davis he's an 'MVP-caliber player'

Kevin Durant tells Pelicans F Anthony Davis he's an 'MVP-caliber player'

LAS VEGAS – On May 6, Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant delivered one of the most memorable MVP speeches in sports history, an emotional 25-minute soliloquy that thanked countless people in Durant’s life for his success, on and off the court.Read more on NewsOK.com
Bullets Forever 7 hours ago

Kevin Durant says nice things about D.C. (and Oklahoma City too)

But the last part of this headline is totally meaningless. In 23 months, Kevin Durant will be a free agent. The Wizards have been fairly transparent in their desire to woo Durant back home, keeping as many short contracts on the books as possible to maintain the possibility of cap space. The entire...
Oklahoman 4 hours ago

Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant on free agency: 'I'm going to do what's best for me'

By Darnell Mayberry, Staff WriterIn his most extensive public comments about his highly-anticipated free agency, Kevin Durant addressed rampant speculation that he will soon leave Oklahoma City for his native Washington. Nothing he said couched concerns in Oklahoma City that he won’t someday bolt.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman 11 hours ago
Serge Ibaka Q&A: I'm not 100 percent back yet

Serge Ibaka Q&A: I'm not 100 percent back yet

Serge Ibaka took time out after one of his summer workouts to answer some questions from Bleacher Report senior writer Jared Zwerling, talking about his calf injury, what the Thunder learned from losing to the Spurs (Ibaka called the Spurs' way "The perfect way to play," and working on his game this summer. ON HIS INJURY B/R: What was the hardest part during the recovery? SI: The hard part is it was the playoffs, and I had to sit down for almost 10 days and not do anything.Read more on NewsOK.com
Rotoworld 15 hours ago

Serge Ibaka's calf still not 100 percent - Serge Ibaka (F/C) Oklahoma City Thunder

Serge Ibaka (calf) is still not 100 percent after rupturing his left calf during the 2013-14 NBA playoffs.
Daily Thunder 8 hours ago
Steven Adams, New Zealand ambassador to America

Steven Adams, New Zealand ambassador to America

Steven Adams is conscious of representing his country abroad.

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Oklahoman Jul 23, 2014

Kevin Durant: Overwhelming waiting list prompts Thunder star to add camp in Moore

By Cody StavenhagenMOORE — Registration for Kevin Durant’s basketball camp at the University of Oklahoma’s Huston Huffman Center filled after a couple of weeks, but 900 children were left on the waiting list. The solution? For Durant — maybe only for someone like Durant — it was to open a second camp that will run simultaneously Aug.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 23, 2014
Justin Bieber and Kevin Durant share brunch

Justin Bieber and Kevin Durant share brunch

The Baddest, meet the Bieber. Kevin Durant was photographed with pop star, Justin Bieber, which Biebs posted to his Instagram on Tuesday.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 23, 2014

Power Lunch: Chat with Darnell Mayberry

staff reportsLive Blog Power Lunch: Chat with Darnell Mayberry   //Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 22, 2014
Gary Williams thinks Kevin Durant will settle down in Washington D.C. area one day

Gary Williams thinks Kevin Durant will settle down in Washington D.C. area one day

Let the Kevin Durant-to-D.C. speculation continue. It'll be a constant stream over the next two seasons as Durant approaches free agency in 2016.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 21, 2014
Thunder TV analyst Grant Long resigns from position

Thunder TV analyst Grant Long resigns from position

Thunder TV color analyst Grant Long has resigned and will not return to FOX Sports Oklahoma. Long partnered with play-by-play announcer Brian Davis for five seasons covering the Thunder.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 21, 2014

Oklahoma City Thunder: Thunder will not recognize Sonics' title on jerseys

By Cody StavenhagenIt’s no surprise, but the Oklahoma City Thunder is making a firm stand in establishing an independent identity. Christopher Arena — the NBA’s vice president of outfitting, identity and equipment — told The Oklahoman in a phone interview Monday the Thunder will not honor the Seattle SuperSonics’ 1979 NBA title with the league’s new championship tags. Beginning in 2014-15, the NBA and Adidas will add small gold mark on the back jersey collar of teams that have won an NBA championship.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 21, 2014

Kobe Bryant on Seattle: “I'd much rather come here in the postseason than Oklahoma”

From Staff ReportsKobe Bryant took a shot at Oklahoma City on Sunday. Sort of. At Richard Sherman’s charity softball game in Seattle, Bryant said it was his first time back to the city since the departure of the SuperSonics for Oklahoma City after the 2008 season. “I’ve always enjoyed coming here.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 20, 2014
Oklahoma City Thunder: Thunder assistant Darko Rajakovic gets a long-awaited chance in the NBA

Oklahoma City Thunder: Thunder assistant Darko Rajakovic gets a long-awaited chance in the NBA

By Darnell MayberryDarko Rajakovic became the first NBA Development League head coach born outside of North America when he was named coach of the Tulsa 66ers two seasons ago. Earlier this month, he became the third straight 66ers head coach to be called up to the NBA, joining Nate Tibbets and Dale Osbourne.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 19, 2014
Oklahoma City Thunder: Why Josh Huestis might become the NBA's first domestic 'draft-and-stash' player

Oklahoma City Thunder: Why Josh Huestis might become the NBA's first domestic 'draft-and-stash' player

By Darnell Mayberry, Staff WriterThe Thunder announced late Friday afternoon that its NBA Development League affiliate, the Tulsa 66ers, will relocate in time for the 2014-15 season, joining their parent club in Oklahoma City. Even on a slow news day, the announcement barely made a ripple locally, never mind nationally. But the move could carry significant benefits to the Thunder from a basketball standpoint while also ushering in a new wave throughout the NBA with how the D-League is used for team-building purposes. Two Thunder draft picks remain unsigned, and the arrival of the 66ers in...
Oklahoman Jul 18, 2014

Oklahoma City Thunder: Small uniform change sparks debate among fans

By Cody Stavenhagen, Staff Writer, cstavenhagen@opubco.comSix years after the Seattle SuperSonics became the Oklahoma City Thunder, hard feelings between the two fan bases aren't the only issue that lives on. So do decisions regarding exactly how far the Thunder organization should distance itself from Seattle history. The latest example? The NBA’s addition of a gold tab on the back of team’s jerseys representing championships.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 18, 2014
Oklahoma City Thunder's D-League franchise moving to OKC from Tulsa

Oklahoma City Thunder's D-League franchise moving to OKC from Tulsa

By Darnell MayberryThe NBA Development League is coming to Oklahoma City. The Thunder-owned Tulsa 66ers will relocate 100 miles south beginning with the 2014-15 season and join their parent club in the state’s capital. It’s a move necessitated by the 66ers’ home arena, the 4,500-seat SpiritBank Event Center in Bixby, choosing to go in a different direction and cease booking major events.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Jul 18, 2014
Report: Former Putnam City star Xavier Henry reaches 1-year deal with Los Angeles Lakers

Report: Former Putnam City star Xavier Henry reaches 1-year deal with Los Angeles Lakers

Former Putnam City High School star Xavier Henry has agreed to a 1-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. Henry, 23, is returning to Los Angeles, where he averaged 10 points in 43 games last season before a torn ligament in his wrist hampered his season in April. Henry, who was drafted by the Memphis Grizzlies out of Kansas in 2010, signed with the Lakers in 2013 as a free agent.Read more on NewsOK.com

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