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The best music of 2019, thus far

So far 2019 is picking up right where the end 2018 left off…with some incredible bodies of work. For the upcoming halfway point of the year, I’ve compiled a list of what’s hot AND the best projects you should be looking out for. We have some “rumored” releases and some factual ones….either way you slice […]

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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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Reality check: Thunder need to evaluate where they are, which direction they’re headed

The Oklahoma City Thunder have reached their third-straight off-season prior to the month of May. Other than the first year after Kevin Durant left for Golden State, there have been two straight years of high expectations ending in disappointment. More specifically, a first-round exit. As the Los Angeles Clippers are currently fighting, giving the dynasty […]

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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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A legacy in jeopardy

As one zero walked off the court with his reputation on the rise another zero walked off the court with his reputation plummeting and his legacy in jeopardy. The Oklahoma City Thunder fell to the Portland Trailblazers 94-114 and go down 0-2 in the series heading back home to protect their home court. After shooting […]

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Lakers trading Russell resembles OKC and Harden

The Los Angeles Laker traded D’Angelo Russell, Timofey Mosgov and a draft pick to the Brooklyn Nets at the conclusion of the 2016-2017 regular season. Trade talks were already active regarding the 20-year-old Russell, but after the storied “snitching” incident involving his then teammate, Nick Young, the Lakers almost needed to do so to keep […]

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