OU Only Gets it Half Right in Ames

OU got it half right on Monday night but all that counts for is a Big 12 road loss in a game where they lead by as much as 21 points. Read more...

Battered or not, Thunder hasn't been clutch

     Although the OKC Thunder is to be commended for its fortitude trying to overcome some of the most debilitating circumstances imaginable, the fact of the matter is the Thunder has failed in clutch moments this season – particularly lately. Read more...

Messy Sooners Get By Horned Frogs

The Sooners (20-8, 11-5) looked as messy as the roads leading into Norman as they hosted the Horned Frogs (17-12, 4-12) Read more...

Kelly Gregg Weighs In On This Year’s NFL Draft Prospects

We asked our very own Kelly Gregg, a 13-year NFL veteran, what he thought of this years draft prospects Read more...

This is the best Thunder team to date

     With 4½ minutes left in the third quarter Tuesday night at Chesapeake Arena, the Indiana Pacers had crawled to within a point when a rejuvenated OKC Thunder team showed exactly how scary good it can be. Read more...

Thunder win seventh straight

How high can this Thunder team make it in the Western Conference standings before the season's end? When it wins for the seventh straight time and ninth time in the last ten games, it's not wishful thinking to imagine maybe even a sixth or fifth place spot. Much of the climb has been achieved without star Kevin Durant playing full-strength, or even having center Steven Adams, as was the case in last night's 105-92 win over Indiana. Read more...

Westbrook, Kanter preview Pacers

A quick report from Russell Westbrook and Enes Kanter, previewing tonight's game against the Indiana Pacers. This should be Kanter's toughest test since coming to OKC, facing Roy Hibbert of the Pacers. Read more...

G-Men combine 40 yard dash

Eric G, Jerry Ramsey, Kelly Gregg and Sam Mayes run in the G-Men combine Read more...

At long last, Thunder has a center of attention

     The OKC Thunder frequently has been the center of attention in the NBA, but the center position itself essentially has been invisible when it comes to scoring. Read more...

Despite more bad news about Durant, Thunder throttle up in win

Thunder GM Sam Presti announced during the day that Kevin Durant had undergone another procedure on his right foot, aimed at alleviating soreness caused by a screw-head rubbing on an adjoining bone behind the pinky toe on his right foot. Durant will be evaluated again in about a week. Read more...
Listen Live