• By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City Thunder veteran Nick Collison was ready to come back for a 15th NBA season. 

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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The Oklahoma City Thunder agreeing with 2015 second-round pick Dakari Johnson to a two-year contract gives the team another big man to add to a rotation that should already have plenty. 

  • Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Thunder have signed former second-round pick Dakari Johnson to a two-year guaranteed contract, The Vertical's Shams Charania reports. 

  • Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Utah Jazz have one of the NBA’s most raucous crowds. But for the team’s newly signed big man, fans in Salt Lake might as well be showing up with encouraging tips and orange slices.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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With the heavy local sports scene here in Enid this time of year we have to be satisfied with observing college football media days from afar. While media days frequently offer little noteworthy news with coaches and players offering well-rehearsed and scripted (safe) answers, there were a handful of notable exceptions this past week in Frisco, Texas, at the Big 12 media days and in Newport, R.I., at the American Athletic Conference’s media days.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder have a chance to own one of the NBA’s thriftiest defenses. And that’s not just because of an infusion of new personnel.

  • By Jason Elmquist | CNHI Oklahoma Sports

FRISCO, Texas – Six seasons after Justin Blackmon won his second of two-straight Biletnikoff Awards at Oklahoma State, the Cowboys head into a new year with, not one, but two receivers on the Biletnikoff Award preseason watch list.

  • By Jason Elmquist | CNHI Oklahoma Sports

FRISCO, Texas – Oklahoma State is looking for its first Heisman Trophy winner since Barry Sanders, and this may be the year the drought comes to an end.

  • By Bruce Campbell | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Oklahoma fans don’t have to feel jinxed anymore about the Sooners being the media picks to repeat as Big 12 champions.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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"Many schools report things differently, so what USA Today’s database reflects is not necessarily an apples-to-apples comparison of all 230 schools on the list." — OSU athletic department spokesman

  • By Bruce Campbell | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Former Kingfisher football standout Jace Sternberger, after two years at the University of Kansas, sees transferring to Northeastern A&M as a chance to reboot his college football career.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Thunder fans are rather unique among NBA fans. Their dedication to the team probably runs emotionally deeper than any other non-championship team's fans. But is it healthy?

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Buddy Hield found himself in-between just this July: Dynamic enough to be one of the best players at Las Vegas Summer League but not quite dominant enough to skip it altogether.

  • By Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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After nearly a decade in Stillwater – or at least that long in joke punchlines – Phil Forte has left Stillwater.

  • By Dylan Allen | CNHI Oklahoma

Most of us have a mental image of what exercise looks like. That image varies from person to person, but it normally includes some sweating, some heavy breathing, possibly big hunks of metal or other heavy materials, and probably some amount of physical discomfort. 

  • Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma’s third consecutive conference championship is imminent, according to reporters who cover the league.

  • Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

With the Major League Baseball All-Star game done, the sports calendar moves into an important stretch now: preseason football talk. Especially college football talk.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — People bustled in and out of Jones Assembly, a quaint-but-hip social haunt on Oklahoma City’s burgeoning Film Row, which will host a handful of popular music acts in the coming months.

  • Jeff Mullin | CNHI News Oklahoma

Oklahoma loves you, Mr. Westbrook. You could be governor. Heck, even the aforementioned Mr. Durant is more popular these days than Gov. Mary Fallin, and he is about as popular as heat rash or tick bites.