About 93 percent of Thunder fans renewed their season tickets for next year: “The Duttons last week purchased two season tickets in Section 118. At face value of $150 per game, the Duttons are paying $13,000 for two season tickets — $6,500 apiece. What sacrifices will be made to sit close to the action for both the regular season and playoffs? “Food,” Dutton quipped. “We’ve been told they can sell some of the tickets for us to other games. We’ll sell some ourselves to friends we know who want to go to certain games like the Spurs. We’re hoping to go to around 15 games and Ticket Master will sell the rest.”
I agree with this statement by Kevin Durant: “TOY STORY 3 IS GONNA BE THE BEST MOVIE EVER.”
Yude Productions hits another home run, this time with a Serge Ibaka mix:
Steve Nash last night… wow. Here’s to Phoenix shocking the Lakers. Should be a fun series.
Darnell Mayberry looks at the Jeff Green financial situation: “Of those two lists, Green’s statistical production is the lowest across the board. But by comparison, the most cost-efficient contract for any of those players was Smith’s $58 million deal. It’s safe to say Green’s deal should fall somewhere between $45 million and $55 million. What remains unknown is whether it’ll be the Thunder that opens the bidding this summer or another franchise that sets the bar next summer.”
Solomon Alabi is landing in OKC’s lap in most mock drafts. What kind of player is he? Here’s some video.