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Thunder GM Presti reiterates he plans to re-sign Enes Kanter

Oklahoma City liked what they saw from Enes Kanter this season.

Well, at least on the offensive end. The Thunder have wanted more scoring out of the center spot for a while (Kendrick Perkins was not that guy) and Kanter averaged 18.7 points and 11 rebounds a game after he was traded to OKC. 174 more words

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Kevin Durant supports Thunder firing Scott Brooks '100 percent'

The Thunder firing Scott Brooks was about Kevin Durant.

Really, everything the Thunder do now is about about Durant.

The reigning MVP will become an unrestricted free agent in 2016, and the prospect of losing him has created desperation in Oklahoma City. 160 more words

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Thunder's Enes Kanter Has Successful Knee Surgery

For the Oklahoma City Thunder, this season was defined by injury.  The season began with the reigning MVP and his hellacious sidekick sitting on the bench as their team fell deeper and deeper into a hole.  306 more words


Thunder's Enes Kanter underwent arthroscopic knee surgery, expected to be out 4-6 weeks

The official release:

Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, the team announced today.

Kanter, who was acquired on Feb.

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The Sky's The Limit for the Thunder Next Year

The Thunder were killed by injuries this year, they finished 9th in the western conference, and as you know they missed out on the playoffs. But that doesn’t mean that OKC can’t be great next year. 297 more words


Thunder Beat Timberwolves, 138-113, But Still Miss Playoffs

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Russell Westbrook did everything in his power to drag the banged-up Oklahoma City Thunder to the playoffs for a sixth straight season. 866 more words


Thunder Keep Playoff Hopes Alive, Top Trailblazers

The Oklahoma City Thunder led the entire game in a 101-90 victory over the Portland Trailblazers on Monday, April 13, and kept their hopes of making the NBA playoffs alive. 131 more words