Author: Alberto Bodei

Twitter: @euro_thunder
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Oklahoma City vs Portland Game 4: Five Thoughts

The Oklahoma City Thunder lost game four against the Portland Trailblazers, 111-98 the final score. Now, the Thunder are in danger of being eliminated, for the third consecutive year, in the first round of the playoffs. After an encouraging start, the Thunder took a 46-39 with a little bit of two minutes left in the […]

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Portland vs Oklahoma City Game 2: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost game two of the first round against the Portland Trailblazers, 94-114 the final score. After a well-played first quarter, where defense and offense worked out perfectly, by the end of the second quarter, the Thunder found themselves in a little bit of a funk. Portland took advantage of […]

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The Thunder defeat the Wolves: Five Thoughts

Last night, for the first time this season, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves, 132-126 the final score. The game against the Wolves showed both Oklahoma City’s faces. The first one is the high-intensity team, which is focused on defense and consequently generates great offense. The second one is the low-intensity team, which […]

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The Nuggets complete the sweep, OKC goes down again: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost one more time (0-4 this season) against the Denver Nuggets, 115-105 the final score. After a convincing second half against the Indiana Pacers, the Thunder weren’t able to keep the same energy on both ends of the floor against the Nuggets. Indeed Denver seems to be a bad […]

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Impressive third quarter, the Thunder take down the Pacers: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder earned their 44th win of the year by defeating the Indiana Pacers, 107-99 the final score. After probably the worst performance of the year against the Memphis Grizzlies, the Thunder bounced back in what seemed to many people a must-win situation. Oklahoma City played a good defensive first half. […]

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Who is responsible for OKC’s troubles?

Since All-Star break the Thunder’s record is 6-11, bottom five in the league. The only teams behind Oklahoma City are the ones who are tanking. Let’s face it: the Thunder are a mess right now, and it’s ok to be worried if you are a fan or care about the team. Who has the most […]

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Fouls and missed shots, the Thunder fall in Los Angeles: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost in Los Angeles against the Clippers, 110-118 the final score. After a battle in Portland on Wednesday night, the Thunder faced another one yesterday in Los Angeles. This time, after trailing for as much as fourteen points, Oklahoma City failed to come out with a win. The Thunder […]

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