Category: Thunder Stories

Fighting Greatness

Russell Westbrook going back into the arena after the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 98-105 defeat at the hands of the Denver Nuggets could be the perfect visual to help understand the fight that rages on a nightly basis in the mind of one of the greatest athletes this world has ever seen. Westbrook struggled with his ...

Bad shooting and tired legs, the Thunder fall at home: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost against the Denver Nuggets, 105-98 the final score. That it wasn't the right night for the Thunder you could have seen it from the first minutes of the game. Oklahoma City generated good looks on offense but wasn't able to convert anything while on defense, they weren't able ...

The Thunder crush the Warriors in Oakland: Five Thoughts

Last night, The Oklahoma City Thunder ended their road trip to West with a win over the Golden State Warriors, 123-95 the final score. After a not exciting first quarter, which still had the Thunder ahead of five points (23-18), Oklahoma City took control in the second and increased the lead to fourteen points. As ...

OKC didn’t stick to identity in Sacramento

Over the last six to seven games the Oklahoma City Thunder changed their identity. For the first time in a very long time, they displayed the ability to consistently move the ball on offense while playing inspired, hard-nosed defense at the same time. On Monday night, the Thunder allowed the Sacramento Kings to have their ...

George & Adams lead the Thunder past the Suns: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated, for the third consecutive time this season, the Phoenix Suns: 110-100 the final score. Despite missing four players (Westbrook personal reasons, Ferguson personal reasons, Abrines illness, Roberson still out), the Thunder were able to handle once again the Suns. The first half has been balanced. Thunder's defense did ...

A new day, Schröder provides what OKC has been missing for years

Many things have changed for the Oklahoma City Thunder since the 2017-2018 experiment. Other than acquiring a couple reliable bench players and dropping some dead weight, the acquisition of Dennis Schröder for Carmelo Anthony made the biggest difference. Raymond Felton was helpful for the Thunder last season as Russell Westbrook's backup, but there was a ...

Showtime Thunder, Knicks Go KO: Five Thoughts

Showtime Thunder, Knicks go KO: Five Thoughts Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder stormed over the New York Knicks to win their ninth game in the past ten, 128-103 the final score. From the tip-off, you could see the focus and the energy brought on the court by the Thunder. The Knicks didn’t stand a ...