Month: April 2017

NFL News

NFL Draft: How Dallas Did In Rounds 4-7

With the conclusion of the NFL draft here is the breakdown of the newest Cowboys selected in rounds 3-7. Round 4: #133- Ryan Switzer, wide receiver, North Carolina This pick surprised me a little as the Cowboys already have Cole Beasley and Lucky Whitehead at slot but is a solid pick none the less. Switzer […]

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Thunder Stories

Thunder Evaluations: The Big Guys

In the second part of our players’ evaluation, we will see how the Thunder’s big guys performed during the season that just ended. Steven Adams Season Stats: 11.3 points, 7.7 rebounds, 1.0 block in 29.9 minutes Steven Adams signed a big contract extension before the deadline in October. The fans’ expectations were pretty high on Adams for […]

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NFL News

NFL Draft: How Dallas Did In Rounds 1-3

The NFL draft kicked off Thursday night with the first three rounds in the books. In this two-part draft review, we are going to break down the newest Cowboys through three rounds and give our grade on them based on production, needs, and immediate impact. First round pick: # 28- Viduantae “Taco” Charlton, Defensive End, Michigan Charlton is […]

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Thunder Stories

Thunder Evaluations: The Rookies

Going into the 2016-2017 season the Oklahoma City Thunder knew they’d be approaching some uncharted territory without former faces of the franchise, Kevin Durant, and Serge Ibaka. They also realized they’d be missing out on some pretty hefty bench production after losing Dion Waiters as well. At the season’s beginning, there were only 9 returning […]

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NFL News

Dallas Cowboys Schedule Breakdown

With the release of the 2017 schedule, the Dallas Cowboys now know who the first 16 teams who stand in their way of a Super Bowl are. The schedule is tough but they have the benefit of playing a few of their tougher games at home. With that being said I am going to break […]

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Columns
Thunder Stories

Westbrook Defends His Team, Yet Still Criticized

Following a Game 4 loss, Russell Westbrook and Steven Adams took the podium for the regularly scheduled postgame interview. As expected, the atmosphere was solemn after a heartbreaking loss that may have decided the Thunder’s fate in this first round series against the Houston Rockets. Berry Tramel directed the opening question to Steven Adams, asking […]

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Thunder Stories

Game 3 Belongs To OKC, Series Now 2-1

Oklahoma City bounced back from two straight losses to defeat the Houston Rockets in Game 3:

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