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  • Oklahoma City Thunder won’t renew contract of announcer

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma City Thunder will not renew the contract of the only television play-by-play announcer the team has had since it relocated in 2008. The team said Friday the contract of Brian Davis, play-by-play announcer since the
    18 Jun @ 6PM

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  • Thunder cut ties with announcer suspended after Westbrook comment

    The Oklahoma City Thunder won't bring back television play-by-play announcer Brian Davis next season, the team announced this week. Davis was suspended for Game 1 of the first round of the NBA Playoffs for an on-air comment he made during the team's regular-season finale. During that game, against Memphis, Davis said point guard Russell Westbrook was "out of his cotton-pickin' mind" after Westbrook tallied an assist en route to averaging a triple-double for the second consecutive season.
    17 Jun @ 10PM

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  • Report: Kendrick Perkins calls Kevin Durant a 'mother f-----' after Game 3 of NBA Finals

    Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kendrick Perkins compliments Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant with expletive after Game 3 of the NBA Finals. (AP Photo) Kendrick Perkins has often made headlines in 2018’s NBA Finals without touching a uniform. In
    8 Jun @ 1AM

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  • Report: Big Baby charged with felony assault in nightclub altercation

    TMZ.com reported Wednesday that ex-Celtic Glen "Big Baby" Davis has been charged with felony assault after being arrested in West Hollywood last month, and could be sentenced to seven years in prison if convicted. According to the Web site, Davis was involved in an altercation outside a night club in which the alleged victim "was hospitalized with several major injuries including facial fractures, a broken tooth and broken ribs." The official charge reportedly is felony assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, which carries a possible seven-year sentence. Davis, 32, broke into the NBA as a rookie with the Celtics' 2007-08 championship season.
    6 Jun @ 10PM

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  • Report: Steven Adams blames 'fat fingers' for liking Instagram slam of Carmelo Anthony

    Oklahoma City Thunder big man Steven Adams was apparently cruising Instagram Sunday when he came across this post asking who was the most valuable among thunder players Russell Westbrook, Paul George, Carmelo Anthony and Adams. Adams appeared to have an opinion on the matter. Adams seemed to realize his mistake overnight and reached out to Thunder public relations staff early Monday to explain himself, ESPN reports.
    5 Jun @ 11AM

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  • Kevin Durant on Bryan Colangelo Alleged Burner Accounts: 'It Ain’t Got S--- to Do With Me'

    The Warriors' Kevin Durant was blunt when asked about Bryan Colangelo's alleged burner accounts. "I ain’t got nothing to say about that," Durant said to ESPN's ESPN's Chris Haynes. NBA players, coaches and personnel found out in real time with the rest of the Internet about the allegations surrounding Colangelo's Twitter burner accounts.
    31 May @ 2PM

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  • Carmelo Anthony cries foul over Kyle Korver comparison on Instagram

    Oklahoma City Thunder veteran Carmelo Anthony strongly disagreed with an Instagram post stating that? Cleveland Cavaliers?sharpshooter Kyle Korver is a better player than him at this point in their NBA careers. "WOWWWWW," Anthony wrote in a response to the post from his verified Instagram account.
    24 May @ 3PM

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  • Nick Collison Says 'It's Time to Go' as He Retires After 15 Years in NBA

    "Today I’m retiring from the NBA after 15 seasons," Collison wrote on Instagram. "There have been so many people in Iowa Falls, Lawrence, Seattle, and OKC that have helped me along the way. In his ESPN essay, Collison talks about his career, the various people he's played with and the important experiences he's had.
    11 May @ 2PM

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  • Oklahoma City forward Collison retiring after 15 seasons

    Oklahoma City Thunder forward Nick Collison is retiring after 15 years in the NBA. The 37-year-old Collison announced his decision Thursday through the team. The Thunder said Collison is among five NBA players to have spent the past 15 or more seasons all with one franchise.
    11 May @ 8AM

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  • Nick Collison, plus-minus god and Thunder culture-setter, retires from the NBA

    Nick Collison, one of only two remaining players who’d been with the Thunder since their arrival in Oklahoma City, announced his retirement on Thursday. Since entering the NBA, Nick Collison has been a lottery pick turned rugged young big man on the Ray Allen-Rashard Lewis-era Seattle SuperSonics, a key rotation player in the meteoric rise of the Kevin Durant-Russell Westbrook-James Harden-era Oklahoma City Thunder, and an elder statesman and respected pro’s pro who helped OKC navigate the departures of homegrown stars and subsequent reorientation toward a new Westbrook-helmed future. Now, after 14 NBA seasons, he’s decided it’s time to hang up his high tops, and leave the screen-setting, charge-taking, dribble-hand-off-initiating and locker-room leading to the next generation.
    11 May @ 5AM

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