Author: A.J. Bussey

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Five Facts: OKC vs. Minnesota

Last night the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Minnesota Timberwolves by a score of 117-104. Now sitting at 23-17 this was a perfect bounce-back game after a somewhat embarrassing throttling from my Lakers on Saturday. The star of the night was Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (no surprise here). A big surprise, however, was Mike Muscala…more about that […]

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Five Facts: Welcome Back, Brodie

The moment we have waited and anticipated since schedules were released. The Return of The Brodie to the Peake. A game that we all knew would be as exciting as it was emotional. Deep down however, we all wanted Houston to take the biggest possible L the Thunder could hand them. And that’s what happened […]

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Five Facts: Nothing but Net

The Thunder had a solid overtime win against a Nets team that is looking more towards the future than the here and now. However they still competed and made OKC guard Chris Paul reach into his bag of tricks and get things done. It was a fun game to watch and the facts of the […]

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Five Facts: OKC vs. Cavs

The Thunder won their fifth game in a row, this time besting the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 121-106. OKC seems to have found confidence on the road and are now sitting at 20-15 on the season. A record nobody saw coming…except maybe the ones wearing Thunder jerseys. Here’s the facts: 1. OKC needs […]

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Five Facts: Thunder vs. Mavs

The Oklahoma City Thunder are now sitting at 18-15 holding strong to that 7th place standing in the Western Conference. Last night was yet another heart palpitating come from behind win. Seems to be the theme of the season. With as gutsy and sometimes irritating as these guys can be, this roller coaster ride is […]

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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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