James Harden wouldn’t shave his beard for a million dollars.
Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports reported Wednesday that, regardless of opponent, the Oklahoma City Thunder will open the NBA playoffs on Saturday. The Thunder still don't have an opponent, as Wednesday's games will determine the first-round opponent for OKC at Chesapeake Energy Arena. None of the times have been determined for the Saturday games, as reported by Spears.
The Thunder wraps up the regular season against the Detroit Pistons tonight at 7 p.m. Follow our live coverage with Darnell Mayberry, Anthony Slater and more from Twitter.
There’s a faction of Thunder fans likely rooting for the Mavericks against Memphis tonight.
Wofford wasn’t the most recognizable athlete at Sooners for N7, an event done recently by OU athletes to promote healthy, active lifestyles to Native American kids. Trevor Knight was there. So were Ryan Spangler and Isaiah Cousins. Everyone knows who they are and what they do.
While the competition will be stiff, George Springer will at least have the opportunity to contend for American League Rookie of the Year.
The Houston Astros promoted Springer after the RedHawks 11-9 win Tuesday night in Colorado Springs, a game in which Springer hit a grand slam.
Oklahoma beats Oklahoma State 12-9 in a game that lasts 5 hours, 52 minutes.
The NCAA received some heat when The Oklahoman reported on secondary violations by the University of Oklahoma that included the school giving three athletes an impermissible amount of food. Changes are coming.
Longtime Tuttle coach resigned on Monday with 205 wins and two state titles on his resume.
Oklahoma fans concerned after Trevor Knight’s showing in Saturday’s Red-White Game probably should take a deep breath.