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A legacy in jeopardy

As one zero walked off the court with his reputation on the rise another zero walked off the court with his reputation plummeting and his legacy in jeopardy. The Oklahoma City Thunder fell to the Portland Trailblazers 94-114 and go down 0-2 in the series heading back home to protect their home court. After shooting […]

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Portland vs. OKC Game 1: Fix slow start, shooting, OKC will be fine

A near-historically bad shooting performance for the Thunder, while giving up 39 points in the first quarter to the Portland Trail Blazers nearly ended in a Game 1 comeback victory for OKC in the Moda Center. The narrative coming into this NBA playoff series has been that OKC is the better team, and even after […]

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Inconsistencies may cost the Thunder

It has come down to the final two games of the season to determine the Western Conference playoff seeding and the Thunder, have found themselves fighting for a spot in the bottom half of the playoff race. The sixth through eighth seed is up for grabs right now, with the fifth seed being an unlikely […]

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Music

A Legendary Hussle

“I’m prolific, so gifted. I’m the type that’s gon’ go get it, no kidding.” March 31st, 2019 is a day that will be immortalized in the hip-hop community. And until the end of time, it will be a day of great mourning. Ermias Ashgedom known by his stage name ‘Nipsey Hussle’ was a fast-growing pillar […]

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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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Loyalty or the Ring

When Russell Westbrook finishes his career will he just be a one team player who decided to be loyal or will he chase the ultimate goal and become an NBA champion? In a perfect world, Russell Westbrook would be the Dirk Nowitzki of his generation. Westbrook would go on and destroy a super team on […]

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All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men

As a lifelong Lakers fan, July 1st, 2018 was the best day for fans in years. Seeing that picture from Klutch Sports Group was like a dream. “LeBron James, four-time NBA MVP, three-time NBA finals MVP, fourteen-time NBA All-Star, and two-time Olympic gold medalist has agreed to a four year, $154 million contract with the […]

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