Oklahoma City’s Danilo Gallinari, Nerlens Noel and Andre Roberson will be free agents. Will any return to the Thunder?
by: Moke Hamilton — USA Today: OKC Thunder Wire 19h
Chris Paul’s days in Oklahoma City could be numbered, but he isn’t likely to be traded to Milwaukee.
by: Tamberlyn Richardson — Fansided: Thunderous Intentions 17 Sep
The revised date for the NBA Draft is Wednesday, November 18th when the OKC Thunder will select two prospects. By virtue of a strong 2019-20 campaign the O...
by: Logan Newman — USA Today: OKC Thunder Wire 15 Sep
Here are some coaching options the Oklahoma City Thunder should look at to replace Billy Donovan.
by: Tamberlyn Richardson — Fansided: Thunderous Intentions 15 Sep
OKC Thunder sixth man Dennis Schroder celebrates 27th birthday in a year full of benchmarks. It's been a busy and productive year for OKC Thunder point gua...
by: Rupam Nag — Sports Keeda 15 Sep
The New York Knicks have had NBA Trade Rumors link stars with the franchise but failed to make it happen.
by: Nick Crain — Forbes 14 Sep
After a nearly eleven month season, the Oklahoma City Thunder have officially entered the offseason after being eliminated from the playoffs by the Houston Rockets. In what was their most unique season ever, they exceeded all expectations and were...
NBA Trade Rumors: OKC Thunder star to link up with Giannis Antetokounmpo; Eric Bledsoe and Robin Lopez to be key trade assets for the Milwaukee Bucks
by: Amith Sreedhar — Sports Keeda 14 Sep
The latest NBA trade rumors suggest that Dennis Schroder could be a good addition to the Bucks' roster this offseason.
by: Christopher Kline — Fansided: The Sixer Sense 14 Sep
The Philadelphia 76ers should keep a very close eye on the OKC situation. With the departure of Billy Donovan, the writing is on the wall for OKC's immedia...
by: Lee Tran — Fadeaway World 14 Sep
The Hawks have drafted an MVP level point guard in Trae Young. Combining natural playmaking ability and range from the logo, the
by: Josh Paredes — Fansided: Space City Scoop 12 Sep
Long before he joined the Houston Rockets, P.J. Tucker was developing his trash-talking game at Texas University, as J.J. Redick recently recalled. For as ...