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The Decade of Dominance

The 2010’s have produced some of the most iconic Hip-Hop and R&B albums. From the intense and clever lyrics of Kanye West, Drake & Jay-Z to the soulful voices of Beyoncé, Frank Ocean and Khalid, this has been a true decade of dominance. Of course like any good thing, hip-hop and R&B had some down […]

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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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OKC starts and finishes with Steven Adams

For the second time in just shy of 48 hours, the Thunder played the New Orleans Pelicans. After defeating them 109-104 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, they countered that with a 107-104 win at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans for their second win on the road this season. Just like the first game, […]

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Abdel Nader’s progression could be the cornerstone for Thunder’s development

Friday night’s thriller in Oklahoma City was reminiscent of previous Thunder seasons when there was a draw of star power and championship contention. Obviously, that’s not the case anymore, but two specific players brought that spark back into the Peake en route to their 109-104 victory. After a rough first half, full of turnovers and […]

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Expect more close losses until OKC finds a closer

Thunder fans have never been more pleased with a (5-9) record after 14 games and considering their league-leading strength of schedule and lack of A-list talent, they’ve been fairing well in most of their contests. Of their nine losses, six of them were by five points or less. OKC’s fight isn’t in question. This is […]

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Why are the Thunder overachieving? Billy Donovan

The Oklahoma City Thunder hold a (4-6) record through 10 games which isn’t great, but considering their strength of schedule, isn’t too bad. After last season where the Thunder underperformed, winning 49 games with Russell Westbrook and Paul George on the roster, the narrative around the organization was that Billy Donovan wasn’t the guy for […]

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The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, High-Roller’s Klub: OKC at San Antonio

The Thunder may have the most impressive (3-5) record the NBA has seen in quite some time. Six of their first eight games have come against playoff teams from last year, all of which are expected to be playoff teams this season. On Thursday, they dropped another hard-fought game to the San Antonio Spurs 121-112. […]

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