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The Thunder and the NBA’s Television Deal

With the historical TV deal the NBA signed on Monday, the salary cap is poised to jump up by at least $30 million dollars in the next 2-3 seasons. The increase in salary cap also means an increase in players’

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Posted in Around the League, Futures Report, News, Random Thoughts

Kevin Durant re-signs with Nike

In what became an unexpected bidding war between Nike and Under Armour for the rights to put Kevin Durant’s name on their sneakers, Ol’ Faithful (Nike) beat out the upstart (UA) to hold on to Durant as one of their

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Posted in Futures Report, News

Summertime Blues: What’s Left To Do?

This is always the most boring part of the year for me. Summer league is over with, most of the free agents have signed, the FIBA World Cup is still a month away, and football training camps just started. I

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Posted in Futures Report, Offseason Beat

Josh Huestis: The Intern

On July 19th, Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman wrote a story suggesting the Oklahoma City Thunder were thinking about making rookie Josh Huestis to first domestic draft and stash player. Basically, Huestis would delay signing his guaranteed contract for one

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Posted in D-League/Tulsa 66ers, Futures Report, Offseason Beat

OKC Thunder: 5 Things to watch for in Summer League

Summer League is one of my favorite parts of the NBA year. It’s a fan’s first chance to see what the rookies can do with some of the their more veteran, but still young future teammates. It’s a chance to

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