Month: April 2016

NFL News

Let’s talk some NFL draft predictions

With the NFL Draft two days away, things are becoming clearer when it comes to team’s first round selection. The NFC East may be the worst division in football right now, and three of its four teams have top 10 picks in this year’s draft. Here are the final predictions for the four NFC East teams. […]

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NBA News

Firing Byron Scott wasn’t the answer

The Los Angeles Lakers really may have messed up this time. Sunday afternoon the Lakers management decided not to bring head coach and former player Byron Scott back to the organization following the worst season in franchise history, with a (17-65) record. Reports were originally reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of The Verticle and later confirmed by […]

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Thunder Stories

OKC shouldn’t panic after one-point loss

After Steven Adams’ tip-in at the buzzer didn’t count, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost game two of a seven-game series against the Dallas Mavericks. If you grew up in Oklahoma City, you know one thing our fans and some media members do after a loss, panic and exaggerate. As I left press row, at the […]

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Thunder Stories

Kobe is great, but so is Russell

Monday night featured a matchup between what used to be two Western Conference powerhouses in the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers. Well, that was the past, and only the Thunder are a “powerhouse” in the West now, of course alongside Golden State and San Antonio. The Lakers are finishing off a franchise-worst […]

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College Basketball

Tyson Jolly would be a good pickup for OSU

Former Putnam City West star Tyson Jolly is back on the recruiting market again. OSU’s newly hired head basketball coach Brad Underwood reaches out to this 6-foot-5 shooting guard with an in-home visit. Many Oklahomans probably remember Tyson’s great 2014-2015 senior season with the Putnam City West Patriots where he averaged 20.2 points, 9.1 rebounds, […]

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College Basketball

Former Edmond star decides to transfer after freshman season

“I would like to thank Coach Price and his staff for giving me the opportunity to play for Charlotte this year. I would also like to thank the fans here in Charlotte for supporting us night in and night out. This was the start of something very special this year. I enjoyed growing with this […]

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College Basketball
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Allonzo Trier stays in the desert for sophomore season

If you’re involved with Oklahoma sports, specifically high school basketball, then you know who Allonzo Trier is. He was actually a teammate of mine for a short period when I played with the Oklahoma City Storm homeschool basketball team for a portion of my senior year. He was about 6-feet tall in the eighth grade and […]

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