Opinion

Decision Time for OKC Thunder

Within a week until the NBA Trade Deadline, (March 25th), it’s now decision time for the Thunder Front Office. The team’s record is neither good enough to be firmly in the playoffs nor poor enough to be in the running for a top Draft Pick. This is quite a quandary for a rebuilding team that […]

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Opinion

OKC Thunder First Half Grades

The 2020-2021 NBA Season is officially halfway done! With the teams enjoying a well-deserved break this week, now is the perfect time to reflect on the Season’s first half. The Thunder have surpassed expectations, and have a better record than anticipated. This is an excellent sign of development, good coaching, and tremendous culture. With the […]

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Thunder Notebook

Thunder Notebook: Week 10

SGA Snubbed for All-Star SGA was not selected for the All-Star Game. He has been performing at a career-best this season, and statistically speaking, had a rock-solid case to make the game. All-Star selections are not all about statistics, however, as seniority in the league, and reputation play a large part in being selected. With […]

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Thunder Notebook

Thunder Notebook: Week 9

First Half Wrapping Up Prior to the beginning of the 2020-2021 NBA Season, the League decided to release the schedule in halves, instead of the traditional full schedule. This was done to maintain flexibility in the case of postponed games due to the current pandemic. The schedule makers have been proven quite wise, as there […]

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OKC Thunder News

A rundown of OKC Thunder’s picks this season

The 2020-2021 NBA Season has been a wildly unpredictable ride with games being postponed, players suffering injuries, players missing time due to Health and Safety Protocols, trades, and a condensed schedule. This has led to some very unexpected standings in both Conferences, with some teams much higher in rankings than expected, and some floundering when […]

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OKC Thunder game recap

OKC Thunder Perseverance shines in Lakers loss

The mini-series against the Los Angeles Lakers speaks volumes about the makeup of this Thunder team. They were vastly shorthanded, being only able to field squads with the bare minimum number of players to have a game, yet competed incredibly hard. They took the defending champion Lakers to overtime in back-to-back games, which is incredibly […]

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Thunder Notebook

Thunder Notebook: SGA is a Star, Diallo is legit

SGA All Star Push SGA has been on an absolute tear of late, averaging career-highs statistically, as he continues to stuff the stat sheet. Along with showcasing these improvements across the board, he has taken on the mantle of responsibility and has become the unquestioned leader of this Thunder team. SGA continues to blossom into […]

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Thunder Notebook

OKC Thunder Notebook: Week 7

Shorthanded The Thunder will likely be shorthanded for the foreseeable future, as they are dealing with a variety of concerns; George Hill is out at least four weeks after undergoing surgery on a broken thumb. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is out for an indefinite amount of time, as the team is being cautious with his knee sprain, […]

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Opinion

February set to be a make-or-break month for OKC Thunder

Heading into the season, the expectation was that the Thunder would be competing for a high lottery pick; piling up losses, with a few wins sprinkled in. Funny thing though, with 25% of the season complete, the Thunder sit at 8-9, just a game outside of the 8th Seed. Fans who crave a top pick […]

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