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Every Person Is Exactly Like Kevin Durant Except in the One Big Way

Six years ago Kevin Durant changed the NBA’s “balance of power” by signing with the Golden State Warriors—who were already very good and subsequently became unstoppably good— and leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder, who over the course of the next few years went from being a title contender to being very bad. Durant later said on a podcast and in a video interview with Warriors star Draymond Green that he felt that he was being relied on too much to cover the shortcomings of other Oklahoma City players and wanted a chance to maximize his abilities as a member of a more skilled team. Another Oklahoma City player, Kendrick Perkins, later said that Durant felt constrained in his ability to market himself as a solo star on account of the Thunder’s selflessness-obsessed organizational culture.
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OKC Thunder guard Lu Dort inked a 5-year 87.5-million dollar extension

The Oklahoma City Thunder employ one of the best General Managers in the sport, Sam Presti remains not only great at his job, but secretive, creative, and calculated. So when Presti took the microphone last Saturday and told those of us in the media the OKC Thunder would be exercising Lu Dort’s team option, we all assumed Dort would play the season on a 1.9-million dollar expiring contract with the chance for an extension later.
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Guthrie leaders pass ordinance to increase punishments for graffiti vandals

GUTHRIE, Okla. — Vandals are leaving a mark on Guthrie as the historic town sees a rise in graffiti. City leaders are tired of it and are taking action. "It can be very damaging to the building. Not only the application of the paint but the removal," said Nathan Turner, regional director for museums and historic sites for the Oklahoma Historical Society.
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OU helps nurses take next step

When Hannah Rames, RN, decided to go back to school for her BSN she knew it would require some sacrifices. But going back to school through the Fran and Earl Ziegler University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Nursing’s RN to BSN track, she had no idea how flexible it was going to be.
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OCU Nursing School hosts summer camp for high school students

Oklahoma City University’s Kramer School of Nursing last week hosted a three-day summer camp for 18 high school students from across the state. Camp Kramer Way is an initiative to encourage more students to consider entering health care professions, an industry facing severe staffing shortages. The camp was open...
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Lamoni's Olson set to play baseball at Oklahoma Christian

(Lamoni) -- Lamoni standout Brayden Olson is yet another Demon set to play collegiate baseball. Olson has put together a strong multi-sport career, and he has decided baseball will be his thing at the next level with Oklahoma Christian in Edmond, Oklahoma. “There were a lot of small steps (that...
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OKCFD releases incident report for Canton Apartment Complex fire

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — The Oklahoma City Fire Department has released an incident summary for the Canton Apartment Complex fire that occurred in February 2022. When the fire occurred on February 8, 2022, the complex was just weeks away from opening. According to the incident summary, after processing the...
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