Thunder notebook: New court ready

Oklahoman Published: February 13, 2009

/> "Kevin’s developing into a great offensive player,” said Brooks. "What I like about him is he’s making plays for others also. He’s just not coming down (the court) looking for himself. He’s becoming one of our better perimeter passers and he has to continue to do that.”

Watch party for Rookie Challenge
The Thunder will host a watch party for the Rookie Challenge tonight at Coach’s on Broadway Extension in Edmond. Durant and Jeff Green will be on the sophomore team. Russell Westbrook will play for the nine-man rookie squad.

Prizes for upcoming home games, VIP treatment for season ticket members and Bud Light drink specials will be offered. The Cox drummers and Thunder girls will be in attendance.

Thunder book bus
First Lady Kim Henry was present when the "Rolling Thunder” book bus made its debut Thursday at the State Capitol. The renovated school bus is decorated with Thunder colors and has more than 2,000 books that will be complimentary for children during bus visits. The bus is part of the team’s Read-to-Achieve initiative.

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