David Yapkowitz continues Basketball Insiders' "First Quarter Grades" series with a look at the Northwest Division.
David Yapkowitz identifies and breaks down the potential trade candidates in the Northwest Division.
Jerami Grant and Billy Donovan discuss the Oklahoma City Thunder forward's improvements and the team's perimeter shooting with Basketball Insiders writer Spencer Davies.
David Yapkowitz continues Basketball Insiders' "Areas Of Concern" series with a look at the group of five in the Northwest.
The first domino of the NBA season has fallen with Tyronn Lue's firing. What team shakes things up to follow suit? Matt John explores.
With the NBA beginning its new season last night, Matt John analyzes all that's happened so far in the season's first two NBA games.
With the 2018-2019 season on the horizon, Basketball Insiders' Matt John takes a trip down memory lane to look at where the league was ten years...
A Thunder spokesperson informed media Thursday night that Andre Roberson had a setback in his rehabilitation from left patellar knee surgery. He will be re-evaluated in...
The Oklahoma City Thunder have all the pieces to be an elite team, even in the West, but can they survive missing Russell Westbrook and does...
Russell Westbrook underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee today after feeling some stiffness in the last week. It’s a preemptive “maintenance” procedure. He’ll be re-evaluated...
Oklahoma City is using the waive and stretch provision on final year of Kyle Singler’s contract, league sources tell ESPN. Oklahoma City is using the waive...
Lang Greene looks at five players who will be adjusting to new roles with new teams in 2018-19.
Basketball Insiders continues its "Odd Men Out" series as Shane Rhodes takes a look at five candidates in the Northwest Division.
After a difficult start to his NBA career, Nerlens Noel is eager to turn the page and be a difference-maker with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Oklahoma City's Daniel Hamilton speaks to Basketball Insiders about his time at summer league and sticking in the NBA.