Thunder Stories

The Thunder are lost…at the wrong time

It all started with a 108-106 loss to the Indiana Pacers last week, followed by a lopsided 110-88 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night and after Russell Westbrook picked up his 16th technical foul, suspending him for a game, the Thunder fell to the Miami Heat on Monday evening 116-107. Things are […]

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How the Thunder showed their best and worst in Indy

On Wednesday night, the Thunder faced the playoff-bound Brooklyn Nets at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. After a lackluster first half, they found some inspiration and put everything together in the second half to win the game, 108-96. Thursday night, they were on the road in Indiana to face another playoff team and had the complete […]

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Can athletes be viewed as human beings?

As documented numerous times, Russell Westbrook is an emotional player. Also well documented, Utah Jazz fans are notoriously an issue and that coming from numerous sources. On Monday night, those two well-known facts collided in near-epic fashion as Westbrook fired back at a fan at the peak of a verbal altercation. The issue: While sitting […]

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Fouls and missed shots, the Thunder fall in Los Angeles: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost in Los Angeles against the Clippers, 110-118 the final score. After a battle in Portland on Wednesday night, the Thunder faced another one yesterday in Los Angeles. This time, after trailing for as much as fourteen points, Oklahoma City failed to come out with a win. The Thunder […]

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Oklahoma City wins another battle in Portland, Thunder sweep Blazers: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated, for the fourth time this season, the Portland Trailblazers, 129-121 the final score after one overtime. Every time these two teams have met this season, it has been a show. Yesterday evening hasn’t been an exception. After a well fought first quarter, which ended with the Thunder leading […]

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What’s wrong with OKC, can it be fixed?

In Paul George’s first game back in the lineup since Feb. 16, the Thunder traveled to face the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday in what turned out to be another subpar performance, losing their sixth in eight games, 131-120. These are things that happen when you allow 71 points in the first half and 131 points […]

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The Paul George effect

As the Thunder fight for playoff positioning, they’ve been hit with an obstacle. After losing four-straight games, the Thunder have looked like a completely different team from last month, specifically before the all-star break. It’s obvious something is afoot on this team during this stretch and that something is the absence of Paul George. The […]

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