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The Oklahoma City Thunder played their first preseason game tonight at home at the Chesapeake Energy Arena defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves 112-94.559 more words
One of the Thunder’s most exciting players on the roster right now is backup center Enes Kanter. Kanter found his way to Oklahoma City by way of a trade on February 19, 2015, coming from the Utah Jazz, where he was drafted third overall in 2011. 343 more words
It has been ‘Kevin Durant said this, Russell Westbrook said that’ all offseason for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Such drama is overshadowing the potential the Thunder have to form something big…real big. 616 more words
Necessity is certainly the mother of invention, but it’s been so much more than that for Steve Kerr.
The circumstances surrounding Draymond Green’s promotion during the reigning Coach of the Year’s first training camp with the Golden State Warriors are well known by now. 1,739 more words