Tag: Nerlens Noel

Oklahoma City Thunder | July 1, 2019

The Nerlens Noel Deal is Back On

In the latest update of the Noel saga, Wojnarowski broke new this afternoon that a deal between Nerlens Noel and the Thunder is back on.


Oklahoma City Thunder | June 30, 2019

Mike Muscala Agrees to Deal with Thunder

Forward/center Mike Muscala, a free agent who most recently played for the Los Angeles Lakers, has agreed to a deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski.

Oklahoma City Thunder | June 30, 2019

Nerlens Noel Re-Evaluating Agreement with Thunder

After initial reports from ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski indicated that Oklahoma City Thunder backup center Nerlens Noel would be returning, it appears that Noel has backed out on the initial agreement with intentions of continuing discussions with the organization.

Oklahoma City Thunder | June 30, 2019

Nerlens Noel to Return to Thunder

More than an hour into the free agency frenzy on Sunday evening, ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news that backup center Nerlens Noel had agreed to a deal to return to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Oklahoma City Thunder | April 11, 2019

Breaking Down the Series | Thunder v. Blazers

Portland is a solid matchup for the Thunder, and it appears to be an advantage for OKC. Let’s breakdown the different matchups and see where the Thunder’s chances lie.

Oklahoma City Thunder | March 20, 2019

Game #72 Preview | Toronto Raptors

Tip-Off: 8:30 PM CT Location: Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) Television: ESPN, Fox Sports Oklahoma Radio: WWLS 98.1FM OKC The Sports Animal Twitter: Follow @TheThunderGuys for live-tweets during the game Happy Nick […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | March 13, 2019

Second Half Spark Fuels Thunder Win Over Brooklyn

48 hours after the drama in Salt Lake City, the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame a 17-point first half deficit to pick up a 108-96 win over the visiting Brooklyn Nets. […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | January 17, 2019

Game #44 Preview | Los Angeles Lakers

The Oklahoma City Thunder suffered an embarrassing 142-126 loss on the road to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night, and now they have lost 4 of their last 6. The Thunder desperately needs to get back to their defensive roots and start playing more disciplined basketball.