Year: 2020

Thunder Lose Third-Straight in Steven Adams Return to OKC

The Oklahoma City Thunder (1-3) lost its third-straight game, falling to the New Orleans Pelicans (3-2) 113-80 on Thursday night.

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Keeping up with the Thunder (KUWTT)

Without a bonafide all-star and a young roster, the Thunder will fly under the radar. This is where real Thunder connoisseurs can keep up with what’s going on.

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Bring the Cheez-Its to Stillwater, OSU defeats Miami

No. 21 Oklahoma State (8-3) survived a late rally from No. 18 Miami (8-3), outlasting the Hurricanes to a 37-34 victory in the Cheez-It Bowl on Tuesday night.

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OKC Fell To Orlando: But How’d They Win the Day?

The Thunder may have lost, but they did get at least one percent better.

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Dort’s Career Night Fell Short Against Jazz

By Chad Waters, Thunder, OSU Basketball Writer. The Oklahoma City Thunder (1-1) and Utah Jazz (2-1) returned to The Peake for the Thunder’s home opener on Monday night. The two teams, forever tied in pandemic history, ended a 292-day drought of basketball in Oklahoma City since the infamous March 11 night last season, which led […]

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Crashing Down. Cowboys Overcome Fast Start to Soar Past Eagles

Our breakdown of Dallas’s impressive 20 point win over the Eagles

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The Thunder ‘Won the Day’ on Opening Night

As advertised, this season, the Oklahoma City Thunder aren’t expected to win that many games. Instead, this season is about individual growth, game-by-game. Seeing the new Thunder acquisitions, as well as Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Darius Bazley, and Luguentz Dort grow and develop each game will be considered wins for the Thunder. Since this season’s expectations have […]

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