Posts under Tag: Oklahoma City Thunder
Previewing NBA Teams As Presidential Candidates

Tweet The NBA is barely a week into its regular season. Draymond Green hasn’t even stretched for his first Rockette kick. Alternatively, the general election cycle is also closing in on two years of campaigning and punditry analysis. Thankfully, the end is near. The intersection of these two events inspired a novel idea. Recently, Pat Buchanan used the term, “political athlete” [&hellip

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RUSSELL WESTBROOK’S TOP GUN STATUS IS MAKING NOISE IN LOUD CITY

Tweet When an F-15 jet shatters the sound barrier a deafening sonic boom is emitted. Overland sonic booms are barred in the United States, but with one exception. Russell Westbrook’s whizzing up and down the Chesapeake Energy Arena floor is making an inconspicuous noise in Loud City these days. Yes, the Thunder were on a two-game losing streak before Christmas Day, [&hellip

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Durant’s Second Place Blues Continues Against Grizzles

Tweet Saturday’s semifinals game 3 between the Thunder and the Grizzlies ended with an 87-81 victory for Memphis and another series loss for OKC. With a 2-1 series lead, the Griz are positioned to end the Thunder’s season earlier than expected. If OKC is knocked out of the playoffs in this series, is Durant proving that finishing second is his [&hellip

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OKC: No Westbrook, No Chance at Title

Tweet Three-time All Star point guard Russell Westbrook suffered from a torn meniscus on Wednesday and is currently out of the playoffs indefinitely. This injury forces Westbrook to end his perfect record of games played and miss the first game of his entire basketball career. Without Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder has no chance at winning the final series. Westbrook’s passion [&hellip

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Westbrook’s (Han) Solo Act Is Hurting The Thunder

Tweet If the “chosen one” Lebron “Anakin” James, Dwyane  “Sith Lord” Wade and Chris Bosh are the NBA’s closest equivalent to the Galactic Empire as they’ve been portrayed, the Oklahoma City Thunder have set themselves up as the NBA’s Jedi force. The light in the dark. They are the organically built contender in a small market. Naturally, for years to come [&hellip

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