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The Golden Statesman

No KD? No problem. Golden State is simply reminding everyone that they never needed Kevin Durant. After all, they did go 73-9 with pretty much the same core group of players. And whether you like it or not, Draymond Green has been leading that charge in Durant’s absence. Saturday night’s game 3 against Portland was […]

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Memphis, Morant is a match made in heaven

The Memphis Grizzlies wasted no time after securing the second pick in the NBA Draft lottery, by reportedly telling “interested parties” they intend on selecting Murray State phenom, Ja Morant. Morant was hyped up throughout the college basketball season but didn’t fully put the nation on notice until the NCAA tournament where he recorded a […]

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2019’s Top Free Agency Scenarios

With free agency looming and several big names looking for a bigger payday, I decided to try and foresee the future (and play a bit of devil’s advocate) about who could and SHOULD go where. It’s already shaping up to be an interesting summer and there could even be some blockbuster draft night trades. Either […]

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Thunder Stories

OKC Thunder: Tier 2 Player Evaluations

This is a continuation from OKC’s tier one evaluations that we published earlier this week. These are the four Thunder players that were active bench role players for the Thunder. Terrance Ferguson | Grade: B | 6.9 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.0 assists. After a challenging rookie season where he may have been thrust into something […]

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OKC Thunder: Tier 1 Player Evaluations

As another season has come and gone, the Oklahoma City Thunder finished on par from last season, which in essence is disappointing after apparently getting rid of the ‘problem’ that was Carmelo Anthony. At the end of the 2017-2018 season, the Thunder record was (48-33) and they lost in the first round of the playoffs […]

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Taken for Grant-ed

Not MVP candidate Paul George, not former MVP winner Russell Westbrook and not Oklahoma City Thunder big man Steven Adams were the reason the Thunder recorded their first win of the first round series match up against the Portland Trailblazers 120-108 but it was the most improved player of the year candidate Jerami Grant that […]

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Westbrook stuck to his promise in Game 3

After Oklahoma City’s Game 2 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, everyone pointed the finger at Russell Westbrook who played one of his worst games of the season. After that performance, in his postgame interview, he took full responsibility for the Thunder dropping the game and promised he would do better on Friday night in […]

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