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Turn negative into positive after Thunder lose to Sixers

Around tip-off, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced that Paul George wouldn’t play due to a sore right shoulder. Although the Philadelphia 76ers Joel Embiid was also listed as out for the game with a knee injury, the Sixers still had the upper hand. It caught some by surprise but OKC losing George was far more […]

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‘Next man up’ performance, balanced Thunder team is Warriors biggest threat

With Jerami Grant and Dennis Schröder out against the Portland Trail Blazers that sit just one spot under the Thunder in the Western Conference, Deonte Burton and Raymond Felton picked up the slack, helping will the Thunder into another big victory as they close in on the NBA All-star game. The Thunder defeated the now […]

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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 […]

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Thunder core steps up against Jazz: Alberto’s Five Thoughts

We’ll share a quick condensed version of Alberto’s five thoughts from last night’s 122-113 Thunder win in the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

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Bad shooting and tired legs, the Thunder fall at home: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost against the Denver Nuggets, 105-98 the final score. That it wasn’t the right night for the Thunder you could have seen it from the first minutes of the game. Oklahoma City generated good looks on offense but wasn’t able to convert anything while on defense, they weren’t able […]

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Are the Thunder holding Steven Adams back from being an All-Star?

People always have the urge to change what’s not broken. It’s human nature, whether it’s the right thing to do or not. We see people trying to change what’s not broken in several areas of life. In the corporate world, in relationships, mechanically speaking, etcetera. In this case, it’s athletically. The Oklahoma City Thunder have […]

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