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Smooth Sports Ep. 2

Sports focuses on individuals in the sports world such as coaches, players, media, etc. with wide-ranging topics not normally covered. Smooth attempts to find the story behind the story and shine a light on who his guests are as people. This episode will feature a journalist, Aliyah Funschelle, who focuses on Wichita State basketball.

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Hypothetical NBA Awards Amid Hiatus

It’s a yearly argument that basketball fans debate on throughout the NBA regular season, and often-times prematurely. If the season ended now, who’s the MVP? Who’s the Sixth Man of the Year? Who’s the Rookie of the Year? Well, with the NBA season not expected to spark back up anytime soon, there’s a chance that […]

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What’s ESPN going to show during COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has gotten out of control. Some think it’s a government ploy, some think it’s the end of the world as we know it. I’m somewhere in the middle of both of those opinions, but that doesn’t matter. What in the world is ESPN going to do for coverage since all major sports […]

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Three reasons why OKC beat Boston the same way they got beat last month

The Oklahoma City Thunder last played the Boston Celtics in the Chesapeake Energy Arena and lost that matchup by one point, 112-111. They got the chance for redemption a month later and were victorious. They defeated the Boston Celtics by doing the same thing the Celtics did to them in Oklahoma City, doubling down defensively […]

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Five Thoughts: Thunder barely survived, but they did

After a historically bad 47-point loss last week against the Milwaukee Bucks and a sub-par performance on Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Clippers, the Oklahoma City Thunder got back on track on the road in Detroit, winning 114-107, despite a ferocious 21-8 run by the Pistons to start the fourth quarter. Why did Detroit […]

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A battle for starting shooting guard may be what OKC needs

In 48 hours the narrative around the Thunder’s shooting guard position went from being all-in on Luguentz Dort and turned off of Terrance Ferguson, to the possibility of a position battle between the two. This possibility came to the forefront of my mind during the second quarter of OKC’s game against Chicago where Ferguson showed […]

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Five Facts: Thunder vs. Spurs

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder got back at the Spurs for that L they took on February 11th by destroying San Antonio 131-103. Lu Dort, Steven Adams and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had themselves some very impressive individual games that translated to a solid team win. This was a game that saw CP3 sit back be […]

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