The Thunder will continue their long-standing relationship with WWLS: The Sports Animal: “The Sports Animal has been a tremendous and loyal partner since our inception in Oklahoma City in 2008. The station’s strong listener base and powerful reach have made it the ideal radio partner. We are excited to continue this successful relationship,” said Dan Mahoney, the Thunder’s vice president of broadcasting.”
Brady Trantham (The Franchise) on how new assistant coach Bob Beyer could help the Thunder: “With the Pistons, Beyer was pivotal in influencing the switch from a heavy based pick-and-roll offense for the first three years of his tenure in Detroit into a motion attack.”
George Mills (Express UK) on Russell Westbrook working out with Blake Griffin: “Regardless, the 29-year-old teased fans hoping for a potential homecoming in the future by heading back to his native Oklahoma City to work out with former MVP Westbrook.”
And apparently this also happened recently:
Bruno Manrique (Clutch Points) says Russell Westbrook does not subscribe to the theory that black is the absence of color, much to Paul George’s dismay: “While Westbrook’s signature shoes have more than 10 different colorways, including designs specifically for Division 1 programs like North Carolina, Marquette and Georgetown, PG could only get his hands on this black-on-black-on-black pair.”
Hamidou Diallo can jump high. I mean, like, real high.