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.
I know that the Summer is generally a time of hibernation for basketball fans, but, as the saying goes, basketball never stops.
After two games the NBA Finals is tied at one win each. Can the Thunder beat the Heat?
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What the Thunder need to do to beat the Spurs, plus a look back at four years and 99 episodes.
Thunder Alley Supporters to Invade City Council Meeting On Tuesday, Demand Return of Thunder Alley Watch Party
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!
So, if you've been paying attention to the buzz around Oklahoma City today, you heard that some sportswriter from Minneapolis talked smack about how horrible Oklahoma City Thunder fans were. I'm here to firmly retort his article.
Early False Reports Say Thunder Alley is No More, Cornett and the Thunder Later Confirm It Is Here to Stay, But in Which Way is Still Unknown
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.
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!".
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James Harden is named Sixth Man of the Year. We celebrate the SMOTY and look ahead to the second round of the western conference playoffs.
This comes on the heels of the news that Billy Mitchell canceled the internal audit request that was voted upon by Derek Fisher and the executive committee. Mitchell convinced the committee that the audit was fueled by personal interest.
The talk of the NBA returning to Seattle isn't showing any signs of subsiding, and neither is the talk of how Oklahoma City stole Seattle's beloved team. It looks like the documentary showcasing the team's move will get national airtime on CNBC, giving it a much wider exposure than it's previous internet-only premiere.