Kevin Durant was in rhythm from the moment he stepped on the floor.
OKLAHOMA CITY, July 19, 2012 – Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins underwent a successful procedure to repair a ligament tear in his left wrist, the team announced today.
Perkins suffered the injury during the 2012 Western Conference Finals. Following a scheduled postseason evaluation, it was determined a procedure was necessary. The nine-year NBA veteran is expected to be ready for the 2012-13 season.
The Spanish National Team will be facing off against Team USA in its final exhibition game on August 24 before the Olympics begin, and there will be familiar faces on both sides for Thunder fans.
It didn’t take long for Thunder forward Kevin Durant to get involved offensively in his first start for Team USA this summer.
A booming but joyous bellow sounded through the high ceilings at the Thunder Events Center this week. Seconds later, a grinning Hasheem Thabeet walked in to get fitted into his new Thunder gear.
The 7-foot-3 Tanzanian center who joined the Thunder via free agency laughed, joked and asked questions throughout his introductory photo shoot, showing off the personable side of the former UConn Huskies standout who is entering his fourth season in the NBA.
The first quarter of Team USA’s final tune-up before heading to Europe to prepare for the Olympics was going differently than most expected.
ORLANDO -- Perry Jones seems like a guy who would be easy to get along with both on and off the court.