Stop the madness! OKC is Kevin’s most logical choice

Uh, I never said that. That's not who I am. Whatever this thing entails I'm willing to take it head on, but I'm...I'm not that kind of person. Like I said the two most important things to me, is being around great people, and having fun playing basketball. So all the other stuff that comes ...

Who’s to blame for OKC’s Game 5 loss?

Oklahoma City's stars weren't efficient, but Golden State's were. Kevin and Russel shot a poor, 38.9 percent from the field against Golden State in Game 5. You may argue that Kevin didn’t have a bad game and I wouldn’t necessarily disagree, but 40 points off 38.7 percent shooting isn’t great. He’s lucky he was a ...

Facts you may not know following Game 4.

Hopefully, it's known by now that the Oklahoma City Thunder won Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals to go up 3-1 over the defending champion, Golden State Warriors. Game 5 will be Thursday in Oakland at 8 p.m. CT. Here are some facts following Game 4 that you may not be aware of. In ...

Draymond Green is safe…but is his team?

A full day after Draymond Green's latest antics and the NBA finally came to a conclusion. The initial call of a flagrant one foul was upgraded to a flagrant two late this afternoon, and a $25,000 fine was assessed to the Warriors' star forward. Some media members and most Oklahoma City Thunder fans thought this ...

Sims leads Wings in inaugural season-opener versus San Antonio

Clearly the biggest story of today's game was the beginning of a new franchise in the Dallas/Fort Worth area but a few other stories unraveled as the game went on. Other than defeating the San Antonio Stars 82-77, Odyssey Sims' homecoming couldn't have gone better for her, a young contributor to this team was revealed ...

Positive beginnings for the Dallas Wings

Things are looking up for the Dallas Wings, formerly known as the Tulsa Shock. With Skylar Diggins still missing in action due to an injury suffered last season, this team looks great. Wednesday, Dallas ended a three-game road trip 2-1 after they defeated the Washington Mystics 87-77. “I thought tonight was a good challenge for ...

The complexion of the series has changed!

Indeed, it has. The Thunder had a 21.5 percent chance to defeat the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. Not a great chance at all, but after winning Game 1 at Golden State, the odds significantly increased to 42.7 percent. Things look great for Oklahoma City because they already stole a game on the road, ...

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