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Thunder were competitive, need more from Ferg, Adams

This was the perfect game for a family-friendly Sunday afternoon game between two playoff teams. The Boston Celtics entered the Chesapeake Energy arena on a six-game winning streak, while the Thunder entered on a four-game winning streak. Unfortunately for the Thunder, the Celtics came in, executed at a high level and knocked the Thunder off […]

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Thunder are rollin’ but let’s tighten this up

With the Oklahoma City Thunder now a game ahead of the Dallas Mavericks for sixth place in the Western Conference, one game behind the Houston Rockets for fifth and one-and-a-half games behind the Utah Jazz for fourth, the organization that was initially ‘replenishing and repositioning’ their team is now beginning to be a contender in […]

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By the Numbers: Thunder vs Pistons

BOX SCORE The Oklahoma City Thunder came into tonight’s game against the Detroit Pistons looking to add on to their 3-game winning streak. Just one night after the trade deadline, with the team still intact, many fans were excited to come out and see some players that they thought might be gone. Detroit came into […]

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Cho Show: 2020 Signing Day Special

Host Jonathan Goudeau is back for another signing day recap breaking down the newest Bronchos and their possible roles as well as updating you on other UCO sports. Follow the UCO Bronchos on Twitter!

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What if Iguodala still played for the Warriors?

We aren’t sure if Andre Iguodala is discontent with the Memphis Grizzlies but we do know that their young core of players are ready for the franchise to cut ties with the 36-year old, 16-year veteran. Memphis acquired Iguodala in the summer that Golden State got rid of multiple pieces to free up some salary-cap […]

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By the Numbers: Thunder at Kings

Box Score. The Oklahoma City Thunder went into Sacramento tonight looking to start another winning streak. They were on a 5-game winning streak before losing to the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night, but they were without their floor general, Chris Paul. Both teams struggled to shoot the ball in the 1st quarter. Danilo Gallinari couldn’t […]

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Haiti in the house: Lu Dort catches stride in 120-100 win

On an emotional night without Chris Paul, the Thunder got handled by the Dallas Mavericks at home. Two nights later, the Thunder traveled to Sacramento and made the Golden 1 Center their home for the night. After both teams started the first quarter slowly (the Thunder led 23-16), one of those teams woke up. Luckily […]

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