Category: Thunder Stories

Thunder Take Step In Right Direction At The Trade Deadline

Thunder basketball will be back tonight, and they will have a couple of new faces on the roster. Yesterday was the last possible day to complete trades and, as many fans hoped, Oklahoma City made one. It wasn't a blockbuster trade (no George, no Butler) but a useful one that overall improved the roster. Plus, it's ...

The Weekly Critique: The Tough Stretch Is Over, OKC Remains In Decent Shape

It has been an intense and exciting week for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Everything started on Thursday when they defeated the champions Cleveland Cavaliers. A great overall performance and an important win. Saturday there was the game which every Thunder fan probably marked on their calendar when the schedule came up back in August: the return ...

The Weekly Critique: Thunder Split The Difference In Four Games

The Thunder played four games in the past week and they split the outcome: two wins and two losses. They won both home games against Memphis on Friday and Portland on Sunday. These games were decided in the last minutes of the fourth quarter, and in both occasions, Russell Westbrook had a huge role in carrying the ...

The Weekly Critique: OKC Finally Gets Out Of January

The Thunder played three games in the past week to end the month of January. Oklahoma City came away with one win at home against the Dallas Mavericks and dropped two games on the road against the Cavaliers and against the Spurs. In addition to the losses, the Thunder will have to play without Enes Kanter ...

The Weekly Critique: Thunder Survive Brutal Road Trip

In the past eight days, the Thunder played three games. All of them were on the road. Last Wednesday night Oklahoma City lost against the Golden State Warriors while on Monday they beat the Utah Jazz in a thriller ending. Yesterday the Thunder completed a six games road trip and beat the Pelicans in New Orleans. ...

The Weekly Critique: The Trend Continues For OKC

The Thunder split their week into two wins and two losses again. The two wins came against the Memphis Grizzlies at home and against the Kings in Sacramento. Both games were close ones: Oklahoma City defeated Memphis by 8 points and Sacramento by 4 points. The two losses were both on the road: in Minnesota ...

The Weekly Critique: Thunder Break Even In Last Four Games

The Thunder played four games in the past week. Three of them away from home. Oklahoma City split the outcome into two losses and two wins. The two losses came on the road: in Charlotte, and in Houston. These games were battles, especially the one in Houston, until the last minutes. Another thing they had ...

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