Month: December 2019

OKC showing signs of 2009-2010 after win in Toronto

Thirty-two games into the season, the Thunder are (17-15) and only three games behind the Utah Jazz for sixth in the Western Conference. Their climate around this organization and their record through 32 games are nearly identical to 2009-2010 when the Thunder started (18-15) and began to realize how special they were. While as of […]

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Cho Show: Early Signing Day And Basketball Early Season Recap

On this week’s episode host Jonathan Goudeau is flying solo bringing you the latest news from last week’s early signing day as well as providing a brief update on the basketball program.

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Some reasoning behind these Thunder comebacks

As all should be informed, last week this young Thunder team could have been nicknamed the comeback kids with the way they came back from three large deficits, tying a Thunder record along the way. Oklahoma City overcame a 24-point deficit against the Chicago Bulls, a 26-point deficit to the Memphis Grizzlies, and an 18-point […]

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The Hard Path to Humility: A Look Back at 2019

A Testimonial by Joshua Cleary: This Christmas I want to show you guys what this passion of photography and videography has done for me in my life as well as show the impact I have been able to have on the athletes of the future. Whenever I began my brand, not JRC Media, but the […]

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Five Facts: OKC’s Revenge

In a game that saw Paul George return to the place he once said he was “here to stay” (yes, I’m salty…y’all should have booed that man), the Thunder showed up and showed out. Scoring 61 second half points, including 16 4th quarter points from Dennis Schroeder, the Thunder looked fearless and that’s what helped […]

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Five Facts: OKC vs Phoenix

Tonight the  Oklahoma City Thunder looked the way we want them to look: Competitive and determined. Now on a three game win streak, we’ll break down some facts on how the team looked and can look over the next few days. Tonight, there was a flash of greatness and these men looked determined to keep […]

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OKC vs. Chicago: Five Facts, No Bull

In my first official article covering the Oklahoma City Thunder, I want to thank all of Thunder Nation for welcoming me. I am honored to be doing this for the site and I am excited to see what this season turns into for us. We need something solid in OKC after the departure of Russ. […]

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