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Thunder/CAA Sports walk-the-walk for Black students in Tulsa

The Oklahoma City Thunder and CAA Sports have partnered up to make a change in the Black community in Tulsa, OK. They are launching the Thunder Fellows Program, designed to open up new opportunities in sports, technology, and entertainment for Black students in the Tulsa metro area. Thankfully, the 2021 Tulsa Race Massacre has resurfaced […]

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Why aren’t team owners traveling with the team?

The NBA is about to restart. By mid-July, NBA players are going to enter the bubble in Orlando, FL for a few months. There are so many things going on right now. We’re dealing with the pandemic of COVID-19, a budding civil rights movement that could take a turn towards a race war at any […]

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The Trae Young and Family Multi-Sport and Aquatic Facility get a $4 million donation

These stories may be getting redundant, but it’s always great news when Trae Young gives back to his community. The Trae Young family has agreed to make a $4 million donation to aid in the construction and design cost of a new indoor multi-sport facility in Norman, OK. The former University of Oklahoma guard and […]

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Russell Westbrook and Stanley Nelson team for Tulsa Race Massacre Docuseries

Russell Westbrook has played a lead role in being an activist here in the last week, and he’s continuing that by producing a docuseries on “the single worst incident of racial violence in American history.” Westbrook will team with the well-known documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson and Blackfin, the person that produced “Killer Inside: The Mind […]

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Thunder GM Sam Presti shares stance on protests and Black Lives Matter

Sam Presti spoke to a group of 25-ish media members on Sunday afternoon about the state of our country, and things pertaining to the Thunder as the NBA prepares itself for a return on July 31. While he spoke on important topics like the possibility of signing Luguentz Dort to a full NBA contract and […]

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Five Facts: The Kevin Durant Edition

Snake, coward, cupcake, soft…just a few of the more appropriate names that Kevin Durant has been called since the summer of 2016. In an unprecedented move, Durant left for a team that beat his Thunder in the playoffs and subsequently won two championships with two Finals MVP awards. This led to an outrage and mass […]

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Just like us, CP3 doesn’t know much about NBA’s future

“This is a situation where no one knows,” the Thunder point guard told local media. “The virus is actually in complete control. I seriously tried to answer things the best I could, but there are things where it’s not like I’ve got the answers and I’m just not telling you.” Chris Paul spoke to some […]

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