In their second home game of the season, the Oklahoma Sooners were greeted by several Oklahoma City Thunder players who enjoyed a sporting event as a spectator instead of a participant.
Josh Giddey, Darius Bazley, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Aaron Wiggins watched OU’s dominating win against Kent State on the field Saturday night.
With NBA training camp kicking off later this month, it appears most — if not all — of the Thunder roster is back in Oklahoma City after their summer break.
With the college football season starting several weeks before training camp, it’s become a tradition to have Thunder players drive 30 minutes down the road and visit Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium to catch a game.
Since being drafted by the Thunder over a year ago, Australian native Giddey continues to dive into Oklahoma’s culture by becoming a football fan and most recently showing horns down on his Instagram story — a universal sign that shows your support for the Sooners.
The Thunder quartet lucked out by showing up to Saturday’s game as a blowout win and the debut of new LED lights excited the home crowd throughout the entire cool night.