The report, citing court records, went on to detail how nine different business, including two local quick-cash companies, have filed lawsuits against Long since his loan from Rowell.
Earlier this year, Long filed for bankruptcy in federal court. His initial paperwork, according to Fox 25, listed only four creditors, which included two out-of-state casinos that Long said he owed more than $300,000.
When asked by Fox 25 about those debts, Long declined to discuss the matter.
“That's my personal business, and I won't go into that,” Long said.
The Thunder never responded to the report. In a brief statement Monday, the team announced it is now moving forward.
“The Thunder wishes Grant well and will immediately begin the search of finding his replacement,” the statement read.