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  • Power Lunch: Chat with Berry Tramel from H&H Shooting Sports

    staff reports | Updated: 19 hr ago

    Berry Tramel is back from Big 12 Media Days, chatting OU, OSU and Thunder from H&H Shooting Sports. Get your questions in and Berry will be on at 11 with answers.

  • What would the Thunder look like if all Oklahoma City’s stars came home like LeBron James?

    Erik Horne | Published: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

    An interesting exercise started when Elite Daily’s Joseph Millord presented a blog answering what every NBA team would look like if the stars from that NBA city went home like LeBron James. The premise is intriguing. What if Chicago natives played for the Bulls? Dallas natives for the Mavericks? Oklahoma City natives for the Thunder? […]

  • Kevin Durant asks for your basketball videos in Summer is Serious 2

    Published: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    Kevin Durant could draft you to his squad. Or how about James Harden or Skylar Diggins? If your moves are good enough, you could participate in the "World's Biggest Pickup Game" in Barcelona this summer in the second edition of Nike's Summer is Serious tournament. Step 1. Film yourself Step 2. Put it online Step 3. Hashtag your video #summerisserious And Nike will find it. Here's the link: https://amp.twimg.com/v/0fe8416a-dc62-4c9e-96b9-73750b79f9ca

  • Justin Bieber and Kevin Durant share brunch

    Published: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    The Baddest, meet the Bieber. Kevin Durant was photographed with pop star, Justin Bieber, which Biebs posted to his Instagram on Tuesday. Bieber is wearing a New Jersey Nets hat, while Durant keeps it neutral in his "The Baddest" Nike line. "Brunch @easymoneysniper" is all Bieber puts on his Instagram post (Note: @easymoneysniper is Durant's Instagram handle). Bieber has been photographed in everything from Miami Heat to Los Angeles Lakers gear, so his loyalties are from coast-to-coast. Now, Durant gets some of the Bieber love.

  • Thunder chat: Darnell Mayberry talks Kevin Durant-to-DC rumors, Grant Long and free agency

    staff reports | Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    Thunder writer Darnell Mayberry was on the Power Lunch chat, answering your questions on Kevin Durant in 2016 rumors, Grant Long and what skills Westbrook, Durant, Jackson and Ibaka need to add in the offseason. Here's the full transcript:

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

    Published: Tue, Jul 22, 2014

    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. Last week on ESPN 980, former University of Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams said he'd be shocked if Durant doesn't live in the Washington D.C. area once his playing career is over. Williams said Durant is keeping an eye on what happened with LeBron James and his decision to go home to Cleveland. From Dan Steinburg's Blog via The Washington Post: “One interesting thing on this LeBron going back to Cleveland, Durant’s watching that very close,” Williams said. “He’s seeing the adulation pouring out for LeBron James for coming home. And Durant loves this area. He does. He’s back every summer. He plays at Montrose [Christian] against their high school kids sometimes; he’s out there taking charges. He just loves to play basketball. He’s been over at Maryland, he plays with the players over there. He just wants to play. And these are where his ties are. I know one thing, when his career’s over, I’d be shocked if he didn’t live in this area.” Williams goes on to say that the Wizards make progress while falling a step short in the East, that could simultaneously show that Durant is what's missing in Washington. Williams also couldn't leave out the recent hire of David Adkins, who was an assistant coach at Montrose Christian High School when Durant was there. It's another quote in a series of them that will connect Durant to D.C.

  • Oklahoma City Thunder TV analyst Grant Long resigns from position

    BY DARNELL MAYBERRY | Published: Mon, Jul 21, 2014

    Thunder television analyst Grant Long has resigned his position and will not return to Fox Sports Oklahoma for the 2014-15 season, the Thunder announced Monday. Long held the position alongside color commentator Brian Davis since the team moved to Oklahoma City in 2008.

  • Thunder-Sonics title tag: Designer says it won't happen; Thunder quiet; your votes

    Erik Horne | Published: Thu, Jul 17, 2014

    On Wednesday, there was a healthy discussion about whether or not the Thunder should recognize the Seattle SuperSonics’ 1979 title on its jersey for the 2014-15 season should the league’s proposed “gold mark” idea go through. The response fell somewhere between “rabidly opposed” to a simple “no.” And that was on both sides of the […]

  • Russell Westbrook debuts his Barneys New York clothing line

    Published: Thu, Jul 17, 2014

    Russell Westbrook's XO Barneys New York line officially hit the rack on Thursday. It's very Westbrook. From Barneys: "NBA Star Russell Westbrook is known for his style on and off the court. Now, in collaboration with some of our most iconic menswear brands, he's making his formal entry into the fashion world with an XO exclusively ours capsule collection. The Westbrook XO line isn't just exclusive to clothes. There are hats, wallets, sunglasses, shoes and travel bags as well. Products range from $65 to $2,995.

  • Kevin Durant wins Male Athlete of the Year award at ESPYs

    Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    The awards keep rolling in for Kevin Durant. The league's Most Valuable Player was named the Male Athlete of the Year at the ESPY Awards. Durant was also named the Best NBA Player at the event. Durant didn't forget to mention his "favorite teammate in the world" Russell Westbrook as well. Westbrook was named the Best Comeback Athlete at the ESPYs. Mixed Martial Arts fighter Ronda Rousey was named the Best Female Athlete.

  • Thunder guard Russell Westbrook wins Best Comeback Athlete award at ESPYs

    Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Thunder guard Russell Westbrook was named the Best Comeback Athlete of the year at the ESPY Awards, aired Wednesday night. Westbrook returned from three knee surgeries in less than a year to lead the Thunder to the Western Conference Finals against the San Antonio Spurs. Westbrook became...

  • OKC Thunder: Meet Greek big man Sofoklis Schortsanitis, a short-tempered Baby Shaq

    Anthony Slater | Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    In the past, the draft-and-stash method has been good to the Thunder, with Serge Ibaka coming over from Spain in 2009 and transforming into one of the franchise’s long-term cornerstones. And it’s something that’ll likely benefit OKC in the future, with both Tibor Pleiss and Alex Abrines expected to one day make an NBA jump. But that doesn’t […]

  • VOTE: Should the Thunder recognize the Seattle SuperSonics' NBA championship on its jersey?

    Erik Horne | Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    The NBA is tweaking it jerseys next season to reflect titles won in a franchise’s history. A gold tag on the center of the collar on the back of each jersey will represent a title-winning team. If a franchise has won multiple titles, it’s indicated on the tag (ex. the Detroit Pistons have three titles […]

  • Thunder Buddies Podcast: How would you grade the Thunder's offseason moves?

    Updated: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Welcome to the home of our Thunder Buddies podcast, named, in part, from Universal Studio’s highly-acclaimed comedy ‘Ted’, but inspired by our continued hope for wall-to-wall coverage of OKC’s only professional team. Below is our list of episodes (click the link to listen). If you prefer iTunes for your podcast listening experience, click here and subscribe. Hope you enjoy: Thunder Buddies - 07/08 - Mitch McGary had a couple decent showings in the summer league. Is Darnell Mayberry already writing his Hall of Fame speech? Yes. Yes, he is.

  • Oklahoma City Thunder announces signing of Anthony Morrow

    anthony slater | Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Some much-needed sharpshooting has officially arrived in Oklahoma City. The Thunder finally announced the expected signing of Anthony Morrow on Wednesday afternoon, a deal that is worth $10 million over three years, with the final season nonguaranteed. Morrow is a career 43 percent 3-point shooter who shot 45 percent from deep last season in New […]

  • Power Lunch: Chat with Berry Tramel from H&H Shooting Sports

    staff reports | Updated: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Berry Tramel is back! Join him to talk preseason football, NBA offseason and Thunder free agency on the Power Lunch chat -- live from H&H Shooting Sports -- at 11 a.m.

  • Kevin Durant says he 'can't afford' $1.4 million car

    Published: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Kevin Durant can certainly afford any car he wants, but he has his limits. At a club in Los Angeles, the Thunder star got into his Range Rover but said he couldn't afford the $1.4 million Pagani parked in front of him. Too rich for KD? Nah.

  • Cleveland's futility ranks at the top of major-league cities

    Berry Tramel | Published: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    LeBron James is back with the Cavaliers, and Cleveland’s quest for a championship has resumed. Not since the 1964 Browns won the NFL title has Cleveland won a championship. That’s 50 years and counting. For the Tuesday Oklahoman, I wrote about LeBron’s return. You can read that column here. One city, San Diego, has waited […]

  • OKC Thunder, Atlanta Hawks working on sign-and-trade for Thabo Sefolosha

    Published: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    Thunder writer Darnell Mayberry reports that the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Atlanta Hawks are working on a sign and trade for veteran shooting guard Thabo Sefolosha. Sefolosha reportedly agreed to a three-year deal worth $12 million with Atlanta via free agency. Instead, the Thunder will send Sefolosha and overseas prospect Giorgos Printezis to the Hawks in exchange for a $4 million trade exception and the rights to Sofoklis Schortsanitis.

  • OKC Thunder: Mitch McGary talks unicycles, summer league and Olive Garden on the Jim Rome Show

    Published: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Mitch McGary hit the airwaves on the Jim Rome Show on Tuesday to talk unicycles, summer league and Olive Garden. The 6-foot-10 McGary talked about how he's been an avid unicyclist since he was young, and how he'll try to convince teammates to get on one -- maybe his fellow big men Serge Ibaka and Hasheem Thabeet. McGary also called Olive Garden his go-to spot. Maybe he an Gabe Ikard can get together? “Olive Garden is a cheap place, you get free salad and breadsticks, so I always love going there," McGary told Rome. "I got the chicken alfredo. One of my favorites. It was definitely pretty good.”