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OKC Thunder Practicing in Levien Gym

Levien Gym is officially “on lockdown” as the OKC Thunder prep for tomorrow’s game against the Brooklyn Nets. Bwog couldn’t catch a glimpse of Kevin Durant (though his presence was confirmed by one, very confident bro), but 2003 NCAA NPOY, First Team All-American, and Kansas’s second all-time leading scorer, Nick Collison, was confirmed in attendance via blurry phone pic.

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  • Anonymooose says:

    @Anonymooose How long will they be practicing in there? Can we get close at all to get a look?

    1. Alex says:

      @Alex no idea, but I assume that they will walk out through the basement, and maybe you could catch them there?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous From Right to left, in black: Hasheem Thabeet, DeAndre Liggins, Kevin Martin, Reggie Jackson (?).

    The other guy in gray that’s not Nick Collison is probably Eric Maynor.

    1. Alex says:

      @Alex The white guy squatting near the grey shirt dude was no. 4, Collison.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Who cares whether it’s Collison or not? Where’s KD and Westbrook?

  • traitors says:

    @traitors and snitches thats what the thunder are

  • Kansan says:


  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Apparently sports teams practice in Levien pretty often, that are not that many good basketball courts in the city outside of the Barclays center and MSG.

    Also the tip link doesnt work

  • Correction says:

    @Correction Seattle Supersonics.

  • anon says:

    @anon i’m curious about how much (if anything) Columbia charged the Thunder for use of Levien.

  • Anonymous says:


  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous It’s funny cause after practice they all resumed moonlighting as public safety officers. No one would know the difference

    1. That's says:

      @That's Racist

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