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Westbrook’s Why Not? Foundation is still doing great things in communities

Russell Westbrook is simply a solid guy, and regardless of your opinion of Westbrook the player you can’t knock how giving he’s always been to the city he’s playing in. For the past 11 years, he gave everything to the city of Oklahoma City. During his entire adult life, he’s given back to his South […]

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Inside Thunder

Who is responsible for OKC’s troubles?

Since All-Star break the Thunder’s record is 6-11, bottom five in the league. The only teams behind Oklahoma City are the ones who are tanking. Let’s face it: the Thunder are a mess right now, and it’s ok to be worried if you are a fan or care about the team. Who has the most […]

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Ja Morant is the next NBA Supernova

A blindingly bright star bursts into view in the corner of the night sky — it wasn’t there just a few hours ago, but now it burns like a beacon. That bright star isn’t actually a star, at least not anymore. The brilliant point of light is the explosion of a star that has reached […]

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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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Westbrook to George: PG is emerging as OKC’s No. 1 option

Paul George is emerging as the featured player for the Thunder and that’s exactly how it should be moving forward.

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Kobe Bryant Announces New Young Adult Novel

After retiring from the NBA in 2018, Kobe Bryant has tested various, vastly different endeavors.

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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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