All posts by Alberto Bodei

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Paul George leads the Thunder to another win, Jazz KO: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated for the second time this year the Utah Jazz, 107-106 the final score. From tip-off, this game has been a battle. Every Utah's run was responded quickly by Oklahoma City in the first half. In the third quarter, after being down nine points (79-70) with five minutes to ...

Oklahoma City bounces back and beat the Clippers: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 110-104.

Rebounds, Free Throws, and Turnovers, the Thunder fall in New Orleans: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost against the New Orleans Pelicans, 118-114 the final score. The Pelicans (15-15) came into yesterday’s game without Mirotic, Moore, and Payton, but it didn’t matter much. In fact, New Orleans played most of the time trough Davis and Randle, who destroyed the Thunder in the paint. The Pelicans’ ...

Thunder core steps up against Jazz: Alberto’s Five Thoughts

We'll share a quick condensed version of Alberto's five thoughts from last night's 122-113 Thunder win in the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Sloppy Defense & Turnovers, Thunder fall in Chicago: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost for the first time this season against a team with a record below .500: 112-114 the final score against the Chicago Bulls. Oklahoma City's defense has been the best of the league for a while now, but as it happened in Brooklyn, also in Chicago the Thunder committed ...

The Thunder blow the Pistons away: Five thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder destroyed the Detroit Pistons, in Detroit, to earn their fifteenth win of the season, 110-83 the final score. The Detroit Pistons came into yesterday's game as one of the hottest team in the league, which was also on a five-game winning streak. It didn't matter. The Thunder played a ...

The Thunder take down Atlanta: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated without too many problems the Atlanta Hawks, 124-109 the final score. After a well fought first quarter, the Thunder made a big run in the second twelve minutes. Oklahoma City took advantage, not only of the lack of talent on this Hawks team but also of a really ...

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