A star is emerging in the 405

A star is emerging in Oklahoma City and that star is 20-year-old guard Terrance Ferguson. It took a midnight phone call and a lengthy meet up from the former MVP in Russell Westbrook that has turned a season that looked like it was going down hill with a speed that was beginning to be worrying ...

Thunder will threaten Warriors if they stick to authentic identity

Instead of fighting fire with fire, why not fight fire with it's biggest weakness, water? Basketball speaking, while every NBA team's gameplan is to stock up on shooting power to compete against the Golden State Warriors, the Oklahoma City Thunder look to dethrone the Warriors dynasty with their stifling defense. Other than a slow early ...

The Cho Show Ep. 17

On this weeks episode host "JG Smooth" shares his thoughts on the University of Central Oklahoma's 8-4 season, where he sees the program heading and of course updating you about other Broncho sports.

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Thunder beat crippled Pelicans: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 122-116. Despite what the final score might show, the Thunder dominated the game for a big stretch, reaching also a twenty-two points lead with one minute left to play in the third quarter. When it felt like the game was basically over, due to ...

Thunder look dominant in win over Portland

After a disturbingly early matchup in Philadelphia on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, the Thunder returned to the Chesapeake Energy arena about 30 hours later and picked up their second win in a row against another NBA power. For the second time this season, the Thunder defeated the Portland Trail Blazers in an impressive ...

Lack of MVP hype for George speaks volumes: NBA cares only for scoring

Oklahoma City entered their game against Philadelphia with a (1-5) record over the last six games. History says Philly would be the place for the Thunder to get back to their winning ways as they've won 18-straight against the 76ers. Thanks to Paul George, the Thunder gained a quality win over a team with a ...

Threes fall, defense lacks, Thunder lose fifth in six

Both the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers faced a must-win situation on Thursday night and only one team left the Chesapeake Energy Arena with that much needed 'W.' The Lakers came into Oklahoma City and torched Oklahoma City's defense, defeating the Thunder 138-128 in overtime behind Kyle Kuzma's 32 points. The 28th and ...

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