Thunder head coach Scott Brooks saw a few bright spots during Tuesday’s 105-91 preseason loss to the Utah Jazz, but admitted he’s “concerned” as the regular season approaches.
With a host of injuries still on his mind, Brooks still hasn’t decided on a starting lineup. That decision, he said, will be made in the next few days.
Playing with only one full-time starter from last season, the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame a slow start and rolled to a 117-107 win over the Memphis Grizzlies Tuesday night at Chesapeake Arena.
First, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced rookie Mitch McGary would miss six weeks with a left foot fracture. Next, it was Serge Ibaka missing a preseason game with an ankle injury. Reggie Jackson was next on the list, suffering a right wrist contusion. Now, it’s who we all feared – Kevin Durant.
klahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant will likely be sidelined six to eight weeks after he was diagnosed with a Jones fracture this weekend, team Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti announced Sunday.
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced its 2014-15 regular season schedule today, including the team’s home opener on Saturday, Nov. 1, against the Denver Nuggets. The Thunder tips-off the upcoming season on the road in a match-up against the Portland Trail Blazers on Oct. 29.
Riverwind Casino Charity Golf Classic brings hope to ill children
Tournament raises money for Cavett Kids Foundation, Bridges
By Tim Farley
As a hospital chaplain, Danny Cavett has seen his share of youngsters die from chronic illnesses, but he’s also witnessed many others who survive and thrive thanks to a charity established 17 years ago
The Oklahoma City Thunder acquired the rights to Sofoklis Schortsanitis and a trade exception from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Thabo Sefolosha and the rights to Giorgos Printezis and cash considerations.
The Oklahoma City Thunder has signed free agent guard Sebastian Telfair to a one-year, non-guaranteed veteran’s minimum contract.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Perry Jones underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks before returning to normal offseason activites.
Caron Butler agreed to a two-year deal with the Detroit Pistons in which he will earn $4.5 million, with a team option for the second year.