Author: Addam M. Francisco

Founder & Editor-in-Chief. National Association of Black Journalists. University of Central Oklahoma.

Denver, don’t fumble the bag like OKC

Is the Denver Nuggets Game 7 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers as big of an upset as we’re making it? Or is this right on par with where they should be? Last season, the Nuggets finished second in the treacherous Western Conference, yet no one expected them to make it to the conference finals, […]

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This is the perfect opportunity for OKC to hire a Black head coach

It was no secret that this offseason for the Oklahoma City Thunder would be busy, full of movement and uncertainty. We also didn’t know that those things would be what pushes former head coach Billy Donovan away after five seasons with the Thunder. “We have the utmost respect for him. The things he did here […]

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What is next for Chris Paul and the Oklahoma City Thunder?

After Oklahoma City traded off both Russell Westbrook and Paul George last summer, the assumption was a franchise rebuild. The narrative moved from Chris Paul not wanting to even wear an OKC jersey, to him starting the season, but getting traded by the deadline, to him playing the entire season and getting moved in the […]

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Russ gifts OKC Game 6, but Thunder should be worried of what’s to come

Hopefully, everyone stayed up during the twilight hours to watch the Oklahoma City Thunder defeat the Houston Rockets in Game 6 of the first round of the Western Conference playoffs 104-100. Some didn’t, but if you did, you saw the final 1:23 of the game where Russell Westbrook fed into the league’s stereotype of him […]

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Thunder-Rockets will resume on Saturday

According to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle, the Thunder-Rockets first-round series with resume on Saturday, along with the rest of the NBA, after the league went on a brief strike to address social justice issues in America. The NBA postponed games on Thursday after the Milwaukee Bucks held out of playing Game 5 against […]

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Players strike the bubble: Will the NBA continue to take the lead?

While protests around America continued, NBA players cut everything short to enter the league’s Orlando bubble to finish the season and to protect them from the coronavirus. Players have tried to use their voices, some visually by kneeling for the national anthem, wearing printed slogans on their shirts and jerseys, and some that displayed other […]

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Five Takeaways from OKC’s OT playoff win

Barring falling into an insurmountable 3-0 deficit in the first round of the playoffs, the Oklahoma City Thunder found a working formula to defeat the Houston Rockets in overtime, 119-107. Here are five facts about today’s game and pay attention to the last one…it’s imperative if the Thunder want to win the series. Harden doesn’t […]

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