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The Big 3 brought out Black culture in OKC

The Big 3 league came to Oklahoma City in the heat of the summer and blessed a crippled fanbase with some entertaining basketball, full of players and coaches that NBA fans haven’t heard of in awhile. Names like Perry Jones III, Mike Bibby, George Gervin, Shannon Brown, Greg Oden, Stephen Jackson, Jason Terry, and Charles […]

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The Quiet Holiday That Never Was

Now, picture this: a little island in the middle of the Aegean sea. Not many inhabitants, not many tourists, the sun always shining, great beaches, and most importantly, great food. Add a couple of days in Greece’s capital Athens, where the Greek Freak Giannis grew up, and where temples were raised for the old gods. […]

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From unappreciated to beloved, Russ made OKC a big league city

July 11, 2019, will forever be a bittersweet day for Thunder and Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK will always be a bittersweet location for Thunder fans as general manager Sam Presti decided to pull the plug on an 11-year partnership with the face of the franchise and city, Russell Westbrook. The news broke just before […]

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Gilgeous-Alexander: Built to be OKC’s next star point guard

At this point, everyone is aware of Sam Presti trading Paul George during peak club hours early Sunday morning. The trade represented PG’s discontent with the direction the Thunder organization is headed, and Kawhi Leonard consequently recruiting him. That’s fine. The Thunder still have Westbrook, right? Well as of now the answer is yes, but […]

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George to LAC says nothing about Westbrook, everything about George

It wasn’t long ago, one year to be exact when Paul George stood up in front of a few hundred Thunder fans at a house party in Arcadia, OK with a cigar in his hand, announcing that he’d be returning to Oklahoma City. Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder gambled on George after the […]

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Summer League: OKC’s young guns will be vital in OKC’s growth

The NBA Summer League for elite NBA teams is usually downplayed, due to its unimportance in the whole scheme of things. Though organized basketball in the month of July is a straight delicacy, fans aren’t reading into the results or the performances of the players as much. The same goes for the Thunder, especially considering […]

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Money doesn’t grow on trees, OKC better be happy

The Thunder were a poverty-stricken franchise heading into the NBA’s free agency period, but somehow that translated into huge expectations from many Thunder fans. Unreasonable or not, there was a fair share of the Thunder faithful that were looking forward to Oklahoma City reeling in some of the higher-class free agents. Unfortunately for those fans, […]

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