OKLAHOMA CITY — Former Oklahoma City power forward Nick Collison’s jersey will soon hang in the rafters at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Thunder will once again seek to make spirits bright across the community this holiday season with its 11th annual Holiday Assist, presented by Cox Communications.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Looking for their seventh straight win Thursday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the Thunder did not play particularly fast nor particularly well, at least not in the way they tend to play well.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Though the future implications of what happened with 4:25 remaining in the third quarter are not entirely known, it appeared awful in the moment Monday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Among many choices, one of the interesting things about the Thunder three games into the season is the way coach Billy Donovan appears to be talking up the first 0-3 team in Oklahoma City 11-year NBA history.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook returned to the court Sunday night and for a moment or two it was electric and all the possibilities this Thunder season might present were right there.
In the aftermath of Tuesday’s season-opening eight-point loss at Golden State, the Thunder mostly talked about what they did well.
In the wake of Wednesday’s announcement that Russell Westbrook is likely out at least four weeks after undergoing precautionary arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, Thunder fans might be thankful for the offseason moves made by general manager Sam Presti.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Until today’s announcement of the Thunder’s preseason slate, there’d been almost a weeklong dearth of real-life Thunder news, ever since word broke that Hamidou Diallo, the 45th pick in the draft, would sign a two-year deal, giving OKC 15 players under contract.
NORMAN — Actual signings of players to contracts could not happen until Friday, nor could draft day trades become official. And as soon as they did, the Thunder were only too happy to let the world know.
No major professional league may have an offseason quite like the NBA’s, with the draft giving way to the free agency period, which takes us into summer league, which began at 4:30 p.m. Friday, when Oklahoma City played Charlotte in Las Vegas.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, league sources confirmed late Tuesday that backup point guard Raymond Felton has agreed to one-year contract to return to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The race for Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George hasn't officially begun, with free agency starting on July 1, but that didn't stop Los Angeles Lakers season ticket holder Jacob Emrani from having his say Monday.
One day after a New York Times report claimed Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony would not be opting out of the final year of a contract that would pay him $27.9 million next season, multiple reports have surfaced proclaiming Anthony has since made it official, telling the Thunder he plans to s…
OKLAHOMA CITY — The track record of the Nos. 53 and 57 selections in the NBA Draft — league wide and when chosen by Oklahoma City (or Seattle) particularly — is not good.
The Transcript is running a Thunder evaluation series, publishing one article a day on a different Oklahoma City player. We will start with the guards. Monday’s player is Russell Westbrook.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Carmelo Anthony showed up at Thunder exit interviews Saturday and burned the press conference room to ashes, insisting, “I'm not sacrificing no bench role. So, that’s out the question.”
The Thunder will host a Coaches Clinic at Chesapeake Energy Arena, inviting coaches at any level from around the region to take part in a day of training, networking and skills enhancement on Saturday, Aug. 18.
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