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The Oklahoma City Thunder are selling cars again

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — I haven’t been to Oklahoma City in over a year, but thanks to some of the Thunder’s reserves, I can’t stop hearing about a local car dealership. 36 more words

Off The Court

The Oklahoma City Thunder debut their new orange alternates

For years, Oklahoma City Thunder fans have been clamoring for an alternate uniform that featured more than a blue palette. Maybe something with a bright color to it, or an artistic rendition to the Thunder shield, or a play on the Oklahoma City moniker (OKC). 406 more words

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It's official: Thunder match offer sheet, keep Enes Kanter

In the end, Oklahoma City didn’t have a choice.

If they didn’t match Portland’s four-year, $70 million offer sheet for Enes Kanter they would essentially be telling Kevin Durant “we aren’t willing to go into the luxury tax to get you closer to a title,” which would be a foolish with KD becoming a free agent next summer. 445 more words

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Loveable Losers: 2002-2003 Kansas Jayhawks

Basketball season has only been over for a couple of weeks, but for anyone who suffers from the “Jones” as badly as I do, there are remedies. 1,040 more words

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Thunder's Collison Ungergoes Knee Surgery

The Oklahoma City Thunder announced that forward Nick Collison underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on his right knee today.

According to the Thunder, Collison is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, “before returning to normal offseason activities.” 32 more words


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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Nick Collison Aptly Sums Up Teammate Russell Westbrook: 'His Give-A-F*ck level Is Very, Very High'

Sometimes, it’s possible to care too much. When you want to win everything, no matter what, the cost of succeeding can sometimes be greater than the success itself. 528 more words