The Thunder head to Minneapolis for their second game. Can they slow down Kevin Love and the high-powered Wolves offense?
Bradford Doolittle of ESPN Insider on contenders: “Oklahoma City, Brooklyn, Houston and Chicago all won between 6 and 8 percent of the simulations, so there was enough of delineation that I could have created
Perk has a history of not singing stupid songs in car commercials. But he’ll do it for Lil’ Perk, because that’s just the kind of dad he is.
J.A. Adande of ESPN.com on the current state of the NBA: “The NBA used to feel like a show on HBO or AMC; now it’s more like standard network fare. The on-court product is
It wasn’t pretty, and I think we’re being polite to even call it ugly, but the Thunder are 1-0 behind 42 points from Kevin Durant, topping the Jazz 101-98.
The Thunder kick off the 2013-14 season on the road in Utah against a rebuilding Jazz team. Seems like an easy way to start the season, but it’s never that simple.