Month: August 2020

Welcome to AmeriKKKa

Imagine walking into a church, shooting up nine people and being taken to Burger King while in police custody. All because you said you were hungry. Now, imagine walking away from officers and having your shirt held as your shot seven times in the back. What’s the difference between Dylan Roof and Jacob Blake that […]

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Smooth Sports 2020 Oklahoma High School Football Preview

Host Jonathan “JG Smooth” Goudeau is back with returning guest James D. Jackson Sports Reporter for The Oklahoman to discuss the 2020 Oklahoma High School football season including the teams to watch in Class 6A-A along with some key names to keep an eye on. Apple Podcast Link- Smooth Sports 2020 Oklahoma High School Football Preview Spotify […]

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Thunder-Rockets will resume on Saturday

According to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle, the Thunder-Rockets first-round series with resume on Saturday, along with the rest of the NBA, after the league went on a brief strike to address social justice issues in America. The NBA postponed games on Thursday after the Milwaukee Bucks held out of playing Game 5 against […]

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Players strike the bubble: Will the NBA continue to take the lead?

While protests around America continued, NBA players cut everything short to enter the league’s Orlando bubble to finish the season and to protect them from the coronavirus. Players have tried to use their voices, some visually by kneeling for the national anthem, wearing printed slogans on their shirts and jerseys, and some that displayed other […]

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Five Takeaways from OKC’s OT playoff win

Barring falling into an insurmountable 3-0 deficit in the first round of the playoffs, the Oklahoma City Thunder found a working formula to defeat the Houston Rockets in overtime, 119-107. Here are five facts about today’s game and pay attention to the last one…it’s imperative if the Thunder want to win the series. Harden doesn’t […]

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Will the Oklahoma City Thunder please show up?

Will the real Oklahoma City Thunder please stand up? The Thunder we’ve been given so far isn’t the Thunder that was promised or expected. After two games in their first-round series matchup against the Houston Thunder …sorry my bad I mean the Houston Rockets the Thunder find themselves in a two-game hole that looks deeper […]

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Five Weekly Takeaways from Thunder Basketball

The first two games of the 2019-2020 playoffs didn’t go as expected for the Oklahoma City Thunder. After a terrible performance in game one, OKC stayed in the game for three quarters in game two, before letting the game slip away due to some questionable coaching-players decisions. The series is not over, but if nothing […]

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