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CP3 and OKC have a common goal: Why can’t they acquire it together?

Thunder guard Luguentz Dort earned my respect after a specific play during the Houston Rockets game on Monday night. In his first NBA start, the two-way rookie made a landmark play to, in my opinion, jumpstart his career. Dort fought his way around Clint Capela, jumped in front of James Harden just in time, and […]

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Westbrook’s Return: The Thunder have moved on, and fans should too.

January 9, 2020 will be a memorable night in the NBA. Russell Westbrook returns to Oklahoma City to play his former team. Not only that, he returns to the city that shaped him into the eight-time all-star, and future hall of famer that he is today. It’s looking to be a pretty emotional night for […]

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The Thunder aren’t far from contention

When I say chemistry trumps talent, take the 2019-2020 Thunder as an example. With big hitters like Russell Westbrook and Paul George surrounded by premier role players by the names of Jerami Grant, Steven Adams, and Dennis Schroder, common sense points towards success. You can’t accurately measure success, but surely a 49-win season (a lucky […]

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This drawn out decision is so typical of the Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys may have the most talented roster in football on paper but have found themselves on the outside looking in on the NFL playoffs, set to start this weekend. After the epitome of a mediocre season, an (8-8) record, the Cowboys need to take drastic measures. Firing 9-year coach Jason Garrett is the […]

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OKC showing signs of 2009-2010 after win in Toronto

Thirty-two games into the season, the Thunder are (17-15) and only three games behind the Utah Jazz for sixth in the Western Conference. Their climate around this organization and their record through 32 games are nearly identical to 2009-2010 when the Thunder started (18-15) and began to realize how special they were. While as of […]

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Some reasoning behind these Thunder comebacks

As all should be informed, last week this young Thunder team could have been nicknamed the comeback kids with the way they came back from three large deficits, tying a Thunder record along the way. Oklahoma City overcame a 24-point deficit against the Chicago Bulls, a 26-point deficit to the Memphis Grizzlies, and an 18-point […]

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Despite near-perfection, Thunder refuse to go to Adams late, why?

For the past six games, Steven Adams has returned to old form and has been more accurate than he’s been over his entire career. On Oct. 28 he was plagued with a knee contusion that kept his activeness at bay during that time. Then came the matchup on Nov. 22 against the Los Angeles Lakers, […]

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