The Oklahoma City Thunder, through a partnership with the Thunder Cares Foundation, dedicated a new outdoor basketball court at Don Haskins Park in Enid. Representatives from the Thunder, Enid Mayor Bill Shewey, Thunder mascot Rumble, Thunder Drummers, Storm Chasers and Thunder Girls took part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony that also included children from the Enid community. The court marks the 20th built or refurbished by the Thunder Cares Foundation since 2009.

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Police Athletic League | OKC | Sept. 25, 2010

The outdoor court at the Police Athletic League in south Oklahoma City was the first one to receive a Thunder makeover. Community court refurbishments became a key mission of the Thunder Cares Foundation.

Pitts Park Community Center | OKC | Oct. 24, 2012

The Thunder and Sprite dedicated the newly refurbished Pitts Park Community Center outdoor basketball court in northeast Oklahoma City on Friday. The project was a partnership between the Sprite Spark Parks Project and the Thunder Cares Foundation, benefitting the City of Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department.

City Rescue Mission | OKC | June 13, 2012

A month-long project came into fruition when the Thunder opened up the NBA Cares Learn Play Center including an indoor basketball court at the City Rescue Mission. The team along with NBA Commissioner David Stern were on hand to cut the ribbon.

El Reno Youth Family Services | El Reno | June 24, 2014

In the wake of the 2013 El Reno tornado, the Thunder joined in a community celebration as a new basketball court was dedicated at the Youth and Family Services Center as part of a rebuilding project.

Bethel Acres Community Sports Center | Shawnee | June 30, 2014

A parking lot was converted into a shiny new blue outdoor court thanks to the Thunder Cares Foundation. The dedication in Shawnee was part of a rebuilding project in the wake of the 2013 tornado outbreak.

Briarwood Elementary | Moore | Oct. 2014

The communities around the three Moore schools that were damaged or destroyed in the May 2013 tornado – Briarwood Elementary, Plaza Towers Elementary and Highland East Junior High – are enjoying brand-new Thunder-themed courts, thanks to a donation from the Oklahoma City Thunder and its Thunder Cares Foundation.

Plaza Towers Elementary | Moore | Oct. 22, 2014

The students of Plaza Towers Elementary, Briarwood Elementary and Highland East Junior High have brand-new Thunder-themed courts after the May 2013 tornado that ravaged the schools. The rebuilding effort was made possible by the the Red Cross of Central Oklahoma for its Oklahoma Disaster Relief fund, the Salvation Army of Oklahoma for its Oklahoma Disaster Relief fund and the United Way of Central Oklahoma.

Highland East Jr. High | Moore | Oct. 22, 2014

The May 2013 tornado destroyed three Moore schools including Highland East Junior High. The Thunder and its partners stepped up to deliver a brand-new court in a show of resilience for the community.

Schilling Park | OKC | Sept. 24, 2014

A few weeks ago, a basketball court that had seen better days stood, weathered, in Schilling Park in SE Oklahoma City. On Wednesday, residents of the local Oklahoma City community saw something quite different – a splendid, shiny Thunder-themed basketball court for children and neighborhood residents to enjoy.

Hoyt Shadid Park | Altus | Aug. 26, 2015

Hoyt Shadid Park now has a Thunder blue court with Thunder logos, plus new backboards, goals, benches and other improvements. Children from the Altus community were on hand to help dedicate the new court.

The project marks the 10th court refurbishment for the Thunder and the first outside of the greater Oklahoma City metro.

Boys and Girls Club of Norman | Norman | Nov. 18, 2015

November weather in Oklahoma is predictably unpredictable, so when the Thunder, Kia and the Boys and Girls Club of Norman at Center for Children and Families set the date to dedicate an outdoor basketball court, everyone knew that the elements could make or break the event.

The court in Norman marked the 11th basketball court that the Thunder Cares Foundation has either built or renovated. It’s the first one that has been built on a site where no court had previously existed, adding a new element to the recently opened Boys and Girls Club facility.

B.C. Franklin | Tulsa | June 30, 2016

The Thunder and the city of Tulsa teamed up to dedicate a pair of Thunder-themed outdoor basketball courts at the historic B.C. Franklin Park in north Tulsa on Wednesday. The afternoon ribbon-cutting ceremony reached a long-awaited hallmark as the city took a step forward in revitalizing the 16.44-acre park for area residents.

The ceremony marked the 12th site with courts the Thunder built or renovated.

Crystal Beach Park | Woodward | Nov. 2016

The Thunder Cares Foundation broke ground on a basketball court at Crystal Beach Park in Woodward, OK.

This will be the third Thunder Cares Foundation court built on a new site. Part of the foundation’s core mission is to encourage healthy choices and fuel a love of basketball for kids in Oklahoma.

Washita Valley Park | Chickasha | Dec. 1, 2016

The Thunder, through a partnership with the Thunder Cares Foundation and Coca-Cola, Enable Midstream Partners and Homeland, dedicated a new outdoor basketball court at Washita Valley Park in Chickasha.

The court at Washita Valley Park was the 14th court built or refurbished by the Thunder in the state of Oklahoma, and marks the second court Coca-Cola has brought back to life with the Thunder Cares Foundation.

FaithWorks of the Inner City | OKC | Feb. 10, 2017 | Home Court Support in Memory of Ingrid Williams

The Oklahoma City Thunder, the Thunder Cares Foundation and Home-Court Support, the wives and family of Thunder players and coaches, dedicated a new basketball court in honor of Ingrid Williams.

Williams, the wife of former Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams, passed away last February following a car accident in Oklahoma City. The court in her memory has been built at FaithWorks of the Inner City, a nonprofit family-centered ministry where Ingrid volunteered.

The Thunder blue court was the 15th built or refurbished by the Thunder Cares Foundation in the state of Oklahoma. VIDEO | GALLERY | RELEASE

OKC-County Health Department | July 24, 2017

The Thunder partnered with the OKC-County Health Department to fulfill a key mission to create conditions for a healthier community with the unveiling of the 16th court built or refurbished by the Thunder Cares Foundation. VIDEO | GALLERY

River City Park | Sand Springs | Sept. 9, 2017

The residents of Sand Springs gathered at the newly christened Case Community Park where the Thunder organization unveiled a new outdoor basketball court on a Saturday morning.

The partnership between the Thunder Cares Foundation, U.S. Cellular and the City of Sand Springs came to fruition when Green Country’s second Thunder court became official once the ribbon snapped and flipped into the breeze amid cheers from the crowd.

City of Calumet Park | Calumet | Oct. 24, 2017

After successfully ambling around the cones and cutting baseline, the kids were rewarded with a Nick Collison back-door pass to complete the layup drill.

Thanks to a partnership between the Thunder Cares Foundation, Devon Energy and the City of Calumet, residents gathered together to celebrate the new outdoor hoops court in their neighborhood park.

Fraley Park | Ardmore | May 7, 2018

For years, the outdoor court at Fraley Park served as the go-to spot for Ardmore resident Larry Wright to spend time with his grandchildren.

While neighborhood hoopers relied on the park for play and practice, their beloved concrete haven has seen better days.

A Monday afternoon changed all of that once the snipped ceremonial blue ribbon flew into the breeze to celebrate the month-long transformation made possible through a partnership between the Thunder Cares Foundation and Enable Midstream Partners.

Don Haskins Park | Enid | June 5, 2018

The ribbon-cutting ceremony in Enid marked the 20th court the Thunder built from scratch or renovated to celebrate 10 seasons of Thunder basketball.

Fueled by anticipation and drumroll, the fervent crowd launched a countdown chant of “3-2-1” matching the excitement of New Year’s Eve.

Whoops and cheers erupted once the oversized scissors swiftly clipped the ceremonial blue ribbon into a milestone.