Thunder to rebuild Moore basketball courts

Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager, left, stands with Moore Mayor Glenn Lewis during Sunday's Blue and White Scrimmage. Photo provided.

The Oklahoma City Thunder announced its plans to rebuild outdoor basketball courts at three Moore schools impacted by the May 20 tornado.

The team announced the project during the Thunder's annual Blue and White scrimmage which was held at Westmoore High School Sunday.

Briarwood Elementary, Plaza Towers Elementary and Highland East Junior High Schools will all have their outdoor courts rebuilt with Thunder branding. The courts will be funded through the Thunder Cares Foundation.

All three of the schools received direct hits from the Moore tornado in May.