We all know things tend to change in the playoffs from what happened during the regular season especially with all the injuries and lineup adjustments both Oklahoma City and Memphis made in this regular season.
The Thunder didn't have their regular starting five on the court in any of the four games they played against Memphis and what has become the Grizzlies starting five was on the floor against OKC in just two of the four games.Read More
Oh what a difference a healthy lineup makes.
For just the second time since Christmas Day the Oklahoma City Thunder sent their regular starting five out on the court, a group that had played together in just 20 games this season, winning 17.
Now you can make that 18.Read More
A second chance can be a wonderful thing and the Thunder get one tonight against the visiting Los Angeles Lakers.
Thunder forward Serge Ibaka could barely contain his excitement talking to reporters about the rematch yesterday.Read More
Welcome back Thunder defense. It's been too long.
You could almost feel the relief inside the INTEGRIS Thunder Development Center today when reporters were allowed in toward the end of the Thunder's practice session.
A win can do that for you. Especially one over a quality opponent and a team that all of a sudden was breathing down your neck in the Western Conference standingsRead More
All we were missing Tuesday night was Michael Buffer asking 'Are you ready to RRRRRRUMBLE!!
In a basketball game suitable for the Octagon in an MMA bout the Thunder and Russell "The Kid" Westbrook took down the Rockets and Patrick "Bad Boy" Beverley, 106-98.Read More
After two terrible defensive performances on the road the Thunder came back home to their longest practice session of the season, just shy of three hours.
"We had 45 minutes, maybe an hour on the court and then we went into the film room which was good I think we needed 'em both today," said Thunder head coach Scott Brooks after the session.Read More
The Thunder led the Phoenix Suns 96-80 with just under four minutes left in the third quarter. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook were having monster games and everything seemed to be under control
So, as we've seen happen a few other times this season, the defense decided to make an early exitRead More
For a while this season the Phoenix Suns were among the hottest teams in the NBA, right now not so much.
Your Oklahoma City Thunder flew out of winter straight into summertime yesterday, it was 82 degrees when their charter flight landed in Phoenix and they may be catching the Suns at just the right time.Read More
Thunder officials aren't commenting on reports the team has reached a tentative deal to bring in forward Caron Butler.
Butler reached an agreement on a contract buyout with Milwaukee yesterday and won't clear waivers until 4 p.m. Saturday. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reported the deal with the Thunder earlier today.Read More
Thunder center Kendrick Perkins will miss the next six weeks or so after undergoing a surgical procedure on his left groin.
Thunder head coach Scott Brooks says it won’t just be rookie center Steven Adams who fills in over the next month and a half.Read More
Thunder backup center Steven Adams was the first player on the court this morning at The Peake getting some shots up as he prepares to start in place of injured center Kendrick Perkins.Read More
Thunder superstar Kevin Durant said it best early this morning Oklahoma time during TNT's post game interview in Los Angeles, "we played terrible for three quarters."
Can't argue with the man there.Read More
The Oklahoma City Thunder will be well represented at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans in fact it's going to look like some sort of Thunderfest with all the players, coaches and staffers who'll be there.Read More