All posts by Alberto Bodei

Twitter: @euro_thunder

Bitter California, the Thunder are (0-3): Five Thoughts

The Oklahoma City Thunder played its first three games against three Californian teams. After the two losses against the Warriors and Clippers, this time the Kings celebrate their first win of the season, 131-120. The game against Sacramento seemed the perfect chance to earn the first win of the season. With Russell Westbrook back in ...

Fourth quarter meltdown, Thunder move to 0-2: Five Thoughts

Two games into the regular season and the Oklahoma City Thunder stay winless. After losing in Oakland against the Golden State Warriors, last night the Thunder lost to the Los Angeles Clippers, 108-92. Oklahoma City couldn't start the game any worse than it did. The Clippers opened the match with a 16-0 run. However, little ...

Last Preseason Game Ends With a Win After OT: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Thunder ended their preseason with a win against the Milwaukee Bucks after one overtime, 119-115 the final score. It has been a fun game despite many players missing (due to injuries or rest) on both teams. In the first quarter, Thunder's defense has been pretty lazy, didn't force a single turnover, and ...

Five Takeaways From OKC’s Season

With Sam Presti's exit interview, the Thunder's season is officially over. For the third straight year, Oklahoma City will face an interesting and hot summer.

The Thunder Is Still Breathing

Russell Westbrook brings the Thunder back from hell and give them another game, another possibility.

Thunder down 2-1, Five Thoughts

Last night, The Oklahoma City Thunder lost game three in Utah, 115-102, and now they found themselves down 2-1 in the first round. Despite a really good start during the first quarter, the Thunder weren't able to keep up the energy and the intensity for the whole game. In fact, after a very solid first twelve minutes, Oklahoma ...

Thunder Drop Game 2 at Home, Five Thougths

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost the second game of the series against the Utah Jazz, 102-95. Like in game one, also in game two the Thunder let the Jazz go away with an early run. After a few minutes, the scoreboard marked already a 9-0 lead for the Salt Lake City's team. The ...