Author: Alberto Bodei

Twitter: @euro_thunder

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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Five Weekly Takeaways From Thunder Basketball

The Oklahoma City Thunder played four games since last Thursday and split the results with two wins and two losses. The Thunder defeated the already eliminated Washington Wizards without too much effort and, in an OKC classic comeback, the Miami Heat. The two losses came against two hungry teams fighting for the last available spot […]

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Five Weekly Takeaways from Thunder Basketball

The Oklahoma City Thunder played their first three games in Orlando’s Bubble finishing with a record of two wins and one loss. The Thunder blew away the Utah Jazz in the first game and the Lakers in their last, while they lost in overtime (first overtime loss of the season) against the Denver Nuggets. THE […]

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Al’s Five Facts: Thunder edge 76ers after one overtime

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Philadelphia 76ers after one overtime, 127-119 the final score. Here are the five facts about last night’s win against Philadelphia: TOGETHER This is an incredible win for the Thunder. They defeated one of the best teams in the NBA, and they did it by fighting on every […]

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Al’s Five Facts: Pacers smash Thunder

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost badly in Indiana against the Pacers, 85-111 the final score. Here are the five facts about last night’s loss against Indiana: BAD OFFENSE Thunder’s offense looked like a horror movie against the Pacers. OKC shot badly from the floor (35.8%), and even worse from behind the arc (24.0%). […]

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Al’s five facts: Thunder still winless on the road

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost once again on the road, this time against the San Antonio Spurs, 112-121 the final score. Here are the five facts about last night’s loss against San Antonio: GALLINARI IMPROVES THE TRADE VALUE Danilo Gallinari had probably his best performance of the season through these first eight games. […]

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