Monthly Archives: June 2014

Free Agency and the Oklahoma City Thunder

This is the first free agency period in a while where the Thunder, not only seem like bit players, but also seem willing to participate. For years, the mantra for the Thunder around this time of year has been about

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Posted in Free Agency, Offseason Beat

2014 Thunder Draft: A Postcript

I’ve learned you never write about anything right when it happens. With emotions at a crescendo, you may exaggerate the highs and hyperbolize the lows. With that said, this draft was a bit of a disappointment. Not necessarily with the

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Posted in Draft, Offseason Beat

NTTBB’s 1st Annual Mock Draft

This is Now That’s Thunder Basketball’s first mock draft. It only involves the first round. Enjoy 1. Cleveland Cavaliers Andrew Wiggins – G/F Kansas 2. Milwaukee Bucks Jabari Parker – G/F Duke 3. Philadelphia 76ers Joel Embiid – C Kansas

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Posted in Around the League, Draft

Thunder’s Draft Day Options

When it comes to draft picks, a team only has 3 choices: Move up, stay put, or move down (or out) in order to pick up more assets. These are the options facing the Thunder. Last season, with 3 draft

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Posted in Draft, Offseason Beat

Thunder Offseason: Trade Partners and Draft Night

The Oklahoma City hold two first round picks in this year’s draft. Their own (No. 29) and Dallas’ first rounder (No. 21) obtained from Houston in the James Harden trade. In a daft and offseason that will be filled with

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Posted in Draft, Offseason Beat

Exit Interviews 2014: Thunder roster and outlooks

With the Thunder’s 107-112 overtime loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, Oklahoma City’s season came to an end. Was this a disappointing ending to the season? Maybe, maybe not. The Thunder fell

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Posted in Offseason Beat

Five Thoughts from the Western Conference Finals

With their loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, the Thunder’s season was brought to an end. A little disappointing, but with everything the team faced this season, it could be viewed as

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Posted in Playoffs