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State of the Thunder: Quarterly Update

Typically, by the quarter mark of an NBA season, playoff teams are shaping up and looking like playoff teams. The season-opening jitters are out of the way and the best of the best and the worst of the worst are showing their true colors. That isn't the case, at all. At least in the Western ...

Fighting Greatness

Russell Westbrook going back into the arena after the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 98-105 defeat at the hands of the Denver Nuggets could be the perfect visual to help understand the fight that rages on a nightly basis in the mind of one of the greatest athletes this world has ever seen. Westbrook struggled with his ...

4 Downs: Cowboys Vs Redskins

After the Dallas Cowboys 31-23 win over the Washington Redskins tonight we break down our four takeaways from the game that put the Cowboys over .500 and tied atop the division. First Down- Defense The Cowboys defense flexed it's muscles tonight. They entered the game with just 10 takeaways on the season and left with ...

The UCO Mural: Let’s tell the truth about American history

In 1994, 105 years after the Land Run, a mural was painted outside of the south wall of the Communications Building at the University of Central Oklahoma. Following over ten years of controversy and a recent rehash of the conversation, the university decided to remove the mural and replace it with a more inclusive mural ...

4 Downs: Cowboys vs Falcons

After a couple of weeks off, we are back with another edition of 4 Downs this time to share our thoughts about the Dallas Cowboys 22-19 win over the Atlanta Falcons to move to 5-5. First down- Offense gets on track It has been no secret that the Cowboys have struggled at times on offense ...

A new day, Schröder provides what OKC has been missing for years

Many things have changed for the Oklahoma City Thunder since the 2017-2018 experiment. Other than acquiring a couple reliable bench players and dropping some dead weight, the acquisition of Dennis Schröder for Carmelo Anthony made the biggest difference. Raymond Felton was helpful for the Thunder last season as Russell Westbrook's backup, but there was a ...

Are the Thunder holding Steven Adams back from being an All-Star?

People always have the urge to change what’s not broken. It’s human nature, whether it’s the right thing to do or not. We see people trying to change what’s not broken in several areas of life. In the corporate world, in relationships, mechanically speaking, etcetera. In this case, it’s athletically. The Oklahoma City Thunder have ...

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