OKC Thunder in the news: Steven Adams and Jerami Grant visit homeless children

Jerami Grant, Steven Adams, OKC Thunder (Photo by Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images)
Jerami Grant, Steven Adams, OKC Thunder (Photo by Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images) /

Although the OKC Thunder are suffering on court it didn’t stop the players from spreading some joy off the court in the the Oklahoma community.

OKC Thunder players Steven Adams and Jerami Grant visited the children from Positive Tomorrows in an attempt to bring an a smile to their faces.

This week has not been what the OKC Thunder had hoped for in terms of production on the court, however, they are certainly doing everything they can to give back to the community in the time they have off the floor.

Recently Paul George took up to 50 kids fishing, and Patrick Patterson hosted yet another movie night.

This time it was Steven Adams and Jerami Grant  jamming out at Granville Community School for Music in front of the kids from Positive Tomorrows, a school for homeless children.

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The school is a non-for-profit organisation that homes children that are predominantly homeless, giving them the support they may need while parents try to better themselves. The school’s main focus is to show the kids the importance of breaking the cycle of poverty, doing so through quality education, feeding them, and giving them any basic necessities, catering to each individual.

Known to be a fan of the guitar, Steven Adams was caught on film making the children’s day by playing some tunes. Adams and Grant were rocking out to the theme song from the movie Frozen and listening to the reaction, the kids loved it.


While much can be said about the poor start to the Thunder’s season, seeing this will only make OKC Thunder fans happy as it shows the team is clearly bonding off the court and bringing the already close community closer.

Hopefully the Thunder can bring the same joy to the Chesapeake Energy Arena as they continue to seek their first win of the season.

OKC Thunder remain win-less:

To that end, the loss to the Celtics was like a gut punch as the Thunder took a nine point lead into clutch time only to watch as Boston finished the game on a 16 to 1 run. Check out TI’s post game player grades for more on the loss which keeps the squad win-less.

"It never feels good to lose, much less in a game which was seemingly in hand. There are clear and present dangers to address. This game had a more complete defensive effort, but the OKC Thunder are having to work so hard to score it’s taking a toll on them defensively as the game progresses."

The Thunder will take to the hardwood again this Sunday, October 28 when they host the Phoenix Suns and hope to finally register a ‘W’ in the win column.

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