Month: February 2020

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Towering Heights: How PJ Walker became the face of the XFL

Phillip Walker, better known by his nickname PJ, has taken the football world by storm. Seemingly out of nowhere the soon to be 25 years old has risen from relative unknown to casual fans to the face of a budding league. But to me and those who know Walker better, this is no surprise. From […]

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A battle for starting shooting guard may be what OKC needs

In 48 hours the narrative around the Thunder’s shooting guard position went from being all-in on Luguentz Dort and turned off of Terrance Ferguson, to the possibility of a position battle between the two. This possibility came to the forefront of my mind during the second quarter of OKC’s game against Chicago where Ferguson showed […]

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How the XFL and College Football’s Transfer Portal Could be the Perfect Marriage

Meet Kenny Robinson. Current safety for the XFL’s St. Louis Battlehawks. Former University of West Virginia standout. Possible trailblazer. Robinson shouldn’t be in the XFL right now. He should still be at West Virginia if it wasn’t for an academic issue but none the less should be sitting out as a transfer at another school. […]

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Inside Thunder

Five Facts: Thunder vs. Spurs

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder got back at the Spurs for that L they took on February 11th by destroying San Antonio 131-103. Lu Dort, Steven Adams and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had themselves some very impressive individual games that translated to a solid team win. This was a game that saw CP3 sit back be […]

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Adams and Dort’s play make them dangerous, NBA beware

The San Antonio Spurs made the OKC Thunder look like chumps just 12 days ago by waltzing into the Chesapeake Energy Arena and toppling the Thunder 114-106. In a dramatic turn of events on Sunday, the Thunder faced the same Spurs team, got some act-right and beat coach Greg Popovich’s team by 28 points, 131-103. […]

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What Tropical Hangover? OKC bounces back for biggest win of season vs. Nuggets

After the All-Star break, there tends to be what I call a Tropical Hangover, which is pretty self-explanatory. It’s a period where players aren’t themselves after being off for a week doing who knows what. As for the Thunder, or at least Steven Adams, who trained his dog all break, we know that it was […]

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Dear NCAA: It’s Time

With news surfacing the past few days about the possibility of a one time no penalty transfer rule and the loosening of players able to capitalize on their name, image and likeness (NIL) might a player empowerment movement be on the horizon? As an avid supporter of players rights I sure hope so. It’s only […]

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