Nick Collison, fan favorite, has mastered the NBA life on and off the court.
In conjunction with NBA entertainment, a new movie is coming out in a week that lets us listen in as our favorite NBA players talk about what it takes to become a champion.
Do you like the Thunder? Do you like corn maizes? Well then, the Reding Farm in Oklahoma is the place you need to be.
SB Nation continues its weekly themed post by visiting an exciting idea that has recently been broached in international circles - the 3 on 3 tournament.
Don't be alarmed, Thunder faithful. I'm Jameson Draper, a new writer here. If you recognize my name, you may have seen me @jamdraper on twitter. I'll be doing Throwback Thursday pictures here...
I know that the Summer is generally a time of hibernation for basketball fans, but, as the saying goes, basketball never stops.
Why the Thunder are down 3-1 to the Heat and what they need to do to finish an historic playoff run with a championship.
Brent's thoughts on the adjustments the Thunder made in to beat the Spurs in Game 3 and what we're likely to see from San Antonio going forward.
City council meeting is on Tuesday at 8:20 AM on 900 N. Walker. Be there at 8 and help bring back Thunder Alley Watch Parties! RSVP on Facebook!
Mick Cornett was quoted as saying: "Let’s figure it out and make the next gathering bigger and safer than ever."
So apparently, Russell Westbrook made his shirt out of a photocopied 1960s sailing manual, and threw on some circular sunglasses for good measure.
I was approached by the guys at Louisville's ESPN 680 to appear on the Sunday Morning Hangover from Straitpinkie.com this Sunday. I came on to talk a little bit about Game 4 and the NBA's impact on Oklahoma City.
As Thunder fans, we've had to deal with some bad music videos. After sitting through things like "Reppin' That Blue and Orange" and "Beard Like Harden", I was losing faith in Oklahoma City's creativity. But finally, a solid piece of work has come through with this spoken word performance of "Thunder Up, Son!".