All posts by Alberto Bodei

Twitter: @euro_thunder

The Weekly Critique: OKC Getting Back In Rhythm The Hard Way

The Thunder played only three times in the past seven days. The outcome wasn't positive: one win and two losses. Oklahoma City dropped the games in Memphis and Milwaukee. The only win came at home on New Year's eve against the Los Angles Clippers. The Games: Oklahoma City at Memphis: 80-114 Oklahoma City vs LA Clippers: 114-88 Oklahoma ...

The Weekly Critique: Thunder Peaking at The Right Time

The past week has been very positive for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Four wins and no losses. Considering the absence of Victor Oladipo, the second best scorer (probably player) on the team, this result is pretty good. The Thunder are now 5th in the Western Conference with a (20-12) record. The Games: Oklahoma City at ...

The D-Factor: Andre Roberson

"Offense sells tickets but defense wins championships" That is the famous quote by Bear Bryant. Well, Andre Roberson's offense most likely won't sell many tickets but his energy, effort, and capability on defense helped the Thunder to win several games already this season. Winning block shot vs the Suns: https://vine.co/v/5pKL16rVJYi Roberson played college basketball in Colorado ...

Let’s Talk About OKC’s Last Four Games

The past week has been an intense one for the Thunder. Four games in five nights hosted in three different time zones. Oklahoma City split the result: two wins (Nuggets and Pistons) and two losses (Lakers and Kings). The team record stands now at 10-8. GAME RECAPS: The first game of the week in Los ...

OKC Ends The Losing Streak, Defeating The Rockets 105-103.

Abrines inbounded the ball with 7 seconds left on the clock. The Thunder were up by three points. The logical play would have been to keep the ball and get a foul in order to go to the line for two easy free throws. Well, usually that's the play, but maybe not when Russell Westbrook is ...

The Thunder Lost Their First Game At Home

Last night we were able to see two sides of the Thunder: the very good one and the very bad one. Nothing in the middle. Unfortunately yesterday we saw most of the negative one. It translated into the first loss at home of the season. The Thunder started the game in the best way possible: ...

Bittersweet California: The Thunder End Their Road Trip (1-1)

Last night was one of the most anticipated games of the season. Durant versus Westbrook, Western Conference re-match, Adams versus Green. Too bad it was scheduled the second night of a back to back for the Thunder. The Golden State Warriors blew Oklahoma City away. Durant got hot and scored 39 points and turned it ...

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