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Oklahoma City Thunder | June 21, 2016

Kevin Durant on Free Agency: “It’s a basketball decision”

In two weeks Kevin Durant will be a free agent. Every team with enough coin and a decent roster will be in line to have an opportunity to convince him to sign with them. Many rumors of where he will be playing next season have surfaced, and while most of these are laughable (Golden State), others seem to be a possibility for Durant. However, none of these seem more likely than KD re-signing in Oklahoma City, even if it were just for one year. A one year deal in Oklahoma City for Durant would be worth $25.3 million. If he decided to sign a max contract for five years, he would be paid $150.2 million

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Oklahoma City Thunder | June 19, 2016

Is Dion Waiters Future in OKC?

After a great season and an amazing playoff run, ending in disappointment, there are a lot of questions regarding the future of this Thunder team. With Kevin Durant becoming a free agent, this is shaping up to be the biggest summer for the organization since relocating to Oklahoma City in 2008. Every Thunder fan and sports anchor in the world is talking about Kevin Durant’s free agency. However, he is not the only Thunder player with a decision to make this summer. There is no doubt that Dion Waiters would have to take a pay cut to stay in Oklahoma City, but his comments in his exit interview have led many to believe he will re-sign with the Thunder.

Oklahoma City Thunder | June 11, 2016

How And Why Oklahoma City Should Trade Kyle Singler

The benefits of trading Singler are not immediately realized because you most likely would not get anything in return. There are however a couple of benefits that I see should the Thunder decide to trade him. They are:

Oklahoma City Thunder | June 11, 2016

Why Kevin Durant Won’t Leave The Oklahoma City Thunder

very website and sports blog seemingly is searching for reasons as to why Kevin Durant will leave the Thunder and join their squad. The speculation is rampant, from the hometown Wizards, to the Spurs, to the Warriors, and even the Celtics. Basically every team in the NBA will have the ability this off-season to add Durant to their team, but Kevin Durant leaving the Thunder makes zero sense.