Month: June 2019

Los Angeles Sparks
WNBA News

Sparks defeat the Las Vegas Aces with renewed energy and team balance

The Los Angeles Sparks went through a rough patch in their four-game losing skid but they looked revitalized in their 86-74 win over the Las Vegas Aces.  Los Angeles bounced back from their losing skid against the Las Vegas Aces as it was a total team effort in scoring and defense. The Sparks brought energy […]

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Columns
NBA News
Thunder Stories

Are Thunder fans worrying too much?

As the Thunder enter their fourth season post-Kevin Durant, they also face a (4-12) playoff record since losing the perennial all-star, and now Thunder fans are searching for answers. The season has ended and after yet another first-round loss, this time to the Portland Trail Blazers, the popular opinion around the NBA and especially throughout […]

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Sports
Thunder Stories

The Skinz League: A hidden gem of OKC basketball

Special to the Suave Report, Joshua Cleary With his team down three, OKC Thunder guard Deonte Burton dribbled up the court with just a few seconds remaining on the clock. Since Deonte’s fashionably late entrance and decision to immediately sub himself in, all eyes in the gym were locked on him. So as he had […]

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Fashion
International
Men's
Women's

Paris Fashion Week’s 20 Best Street Style Looks

When thinking of the epicenter of men’s fashion in the world, you think of Paris Fashion Week. Major brands like Vuitton, Dior, Gucci, etc. remind us all why they are still leading powerhouse names in fashion. Along with the obvious, comes fashion pundits that just want to be in the atmosphere to explore, pick up […]

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Columns
Culture

The First Purge: A Letter to The Black and Brown Family

Dear Black & Brown Family, I recently watched The First Purge (2018), and I was conflicted and convicted about a lot. Conflicted about why I haven’t made positive strides in my community yet and convicted on what I need to do to make it happen. Honestly, I had avoided watching this movie since it came out. […]

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Columns
Culture

Oklahoma high school basketball runs through Santa Fe

High school basketball is a delicacy in the state of Oklahoma. We’ve seen dozens of stars move through the state and move on to do great things professionally, but there has been an influx of talent from one school over the last 15 years. I’ll stray away from offending old-head Oklahoma basketball connoisseurs from past […]

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Columns
Thunder Stories

Should Sam Presti bring Joe Harris to OKC?

The reigning All-Star weekend three-point champion and Brooklyn Nets sniper Joe Harris is rumored to be being shopped around by the Nets. On Tuesday night it was tweeted by Ross of Legion of Hoops that the Nets are potentially shopping Harris to get off his $7.6 million dollar contract this upcoming season. Harris becomes an […]

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