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  • It was generally believed that the Oklahoma City Thunder were expecting an imminent return of Kevin Durant to the court. After experiencing soreness in his surgically repaired right, Durant was held out of practice on Thursday. The timetable of his expected return has been put in doubt, and not in a good way from the...Read More The post Kevin Durant experiencing foot sore... read more...
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  • And just like that, the OKC Thunder are on the outside looking in for the playoffs. Despite an amazing February in which Russell Westbrook ascended from All-Star level point guard into some bizarre mix of Oscar Robertson and an Infinity Gauntlet-equipped Thanos, the Thunder now find themselves a game behind the New Orleans Pelicans for […] ... read more...
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  • Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti held a press conference Friday morning at 11:30 a.m. CST. The subject of the announcement, as per a media release by the team, was a “Kevin Durant Update.” That update, as many Thunder fans feared, is that Durant will not be participating in basketball-related activities. Presti went on […] ... read more...
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  • The Oklahoma City Thunder announced on Friday that Kevin Durant will miss the remainder of the 2014-2015 season because of a recurring issue with his foot. Durant, who has been out since Feb. 19 after experiencing soreness in his surgically-repaired foot, is scheduled to undergo another procedure on the same foot — this time a...Read More read more...
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  • Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti announced on Friday that Kevin Durant has been removed from all basketball activities, effectively shutting him down for an indefinite amount of time. “The goal is to get him back on the court healthy, whenever that is,” Presti told reporters, per Michael Lee of The Washington Post. “If...Read More read more...
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  • The OKC Thunder needed a little good news today. They were hosting the Atlanta Hawks, the team with the best record in the Eastern Conference, just hours after hearing the news that Kevin Durant would be held out of basketball-related activities for the foreseeable future. When it was entirely possible that the news would be […] ... read more...
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  • The Storm Report has your OKC Thunder grades from Wednesday’s blowout loss t0 the Los Angeles Clippers.  OKC THUNDER GRADES – The Starting Five  Stats: 2 points, 0-of-2 FGA, 3 rebounds.  Like Roberson and the 3 other starters, Singler struggled to stop the perimeter shooting of the Clippers. Singler might be a token starter to fill in for […] ... read more...
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  • Early Rumblings is your ultimate OKC Thunder preview for tonight’s game. Things have taken yet another turn for the worse as starting center Enes Kanter limped off the floor in Wednesday’s win over Boston. He’s not expected back in the lineup – nor is Kevin Durant – when they face the surprising “Beast of the East”, the [̷... read more...
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  • Among the more important news item about Kevin Durant‘s removal from basketball-related activities, Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti revealed some other bits of information during Friday morning’s press conference. These included updates on other injured players, namely Serge Ibaka (knee surgery) and Enes Kanter (ankle sprain). But, more im... read more...
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  • The Storm Report has your OKC Thunder grades from tonight’s win against the Atlanta Hawks. The Thunder struggled to contain Atlanta early on, letting the Hawks use their pinpoint passing to open up shots at the perimeter. By halftime, Atlanta had scored 68 points and looked poised to knock OKC out for good. But OKC stormed back, tightened down […] ... read more...
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  • There are many types of players in the NBA. There are scorers, playmakers, shooters, defensive specialists and many more. Whichever franchise can assemble a team that covers all (or most) of these facets of the game at a high level will have the likeliest shot at winning a title. D.J. Augustin is a player that […] ... read more...
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  • A difficult week has likely spelled the end of a difficult season for the Oklahoma City Thunder. First came Serge Ibaka’s knee surgery on Tuesday, sidelining the forward for the remainder of the regular season. Friday, we learned Kevin Durant’s rehab was being put on hold indefinitely as his recovery from a Jones fracture in his right foot has not gone as planned. With onl... read more...
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  • Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant has been removed from “basketball activities,” general manager Sam Presti announced Friday. Durant, who has been dealing with a foot injury all season, has not been making the anticipated progress from his latest setback during rehab. Presti said Durant will be reevaluated at a later date.  No timetable for a return has been set. ... read more...
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  • By Darnell MayberryThe play is almost two years old. It happened on April 24, 2013. That’s the night Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley cut off Russell Westbrook, crashing into his right knee as he signaled for a timeout, cutting short the end of that year’s... read more...
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  • By Darnell MayberryThe play is almost two years old. It happened on April 24, 2013. That’s the night Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley cut off Russell Westbrook, crashing into his right knee as he signaled for a timeout, cutting short the end of that year’s postseason and crippling the Thunder for much of the season that followed. The funny thing about tha... read more...
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