Championship window might be closing for Thunder
All-Defensive first team the past three years and averaged a career-high 15.1 points last season. Thunder coach Scott Brooks believes the team has accomplished a lot already, given how young its stars are. And if Durant stays after he becomes
Thunder prepare to start season without Durant
Find a way for guys to step up and play together.'' Durant averaged 32 points per game last season, and coach Scott Brooks has said his output won't be replaced by a single person. There are several candidates to step in and get more playing
Northwest Division team-by-team capsules
Caron Butler (free agent, Pistons), C Hasheem Thabeet (free agent, 76ers), G Derek Fisher (retired). COACH: Scott Brooks , eighth season. EYES ON: Westbrook. With Kevin Durant out for the early part of the season with a Jones fracture
Thunder still deciding on starting shooting guard
Scott Brooks said last week he would wait until toward the end of training camp to decide on who would start at shooting guard. Tuesday Brooks
Questions Thunder face heading into training camp
Thunder do decide to play Durant fewer minutes and the team loses a few games, it will be interesting to see how coach Scott Brooks and the management of the team respond. 1a. - Is everything cool with Westbrook? As far as we know, Westbrook and
Scott Brooks speaks on the lack of defense
Scott Brooks speaks on the lack of defense in the All-Star Game.
Thunder prepping for Game 5
Kevin Durant and head coach Scott Brooks on the Thunder's Game 4 win and their mindset going into San Antonio.
Down 0-2, Thunder not giving up
Kevin Durant and head coach Scott Brooks speak on being resilient and stepping it up for Game 3, and Serge Ibaka speaks on his chances of playing.
Job security talk: Vogel, Brooks, Jackson
Bill Reiter joins America's Pregame and discusses the futures of Frank Vogel, Scott Brooks and Mark Jackson.
Brooks: Headline had no bearing on Durant's efforts
Scott Brooks weighs in on the 'Mr. Unreliable' headline attributed to Kevin Durant and shares his thoughts on Game 6.