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Daily Thunder Rumblings – 23 June 2017

Honestly, I went into draft thinking the Thunder would draft like 8 guys, but they only came away with one. Here’s the Terrance Ferguson edition of DTR. Tim Kiernan of Sports Illustrated grades the Thunder’s selection of Terrance Ferguson: “Ferguson

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Do the Thunder have a chance at acquiring Paul George?

At around 2:00 PM CST on Father’s Day, The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski released the following tweet: Sources: All-Star Paul George tells Pacers he plans to leave franchise in 2018 free agency, prefers Lakers. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) June 18,

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Posted in Draft, Offseason Beat, Trade Talk

Thunder Draft Options: Movin’ On Up

The Oklahoma City Thunder own the 21st pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. There is certainly a possibility the Thunder stick with the pick and take a player at 21. But the Thunder have been known to do some shuffling

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Daily Thunder Rumblings – 16 June 2017

Enes Kanter thinks Russell Westbrook will finish out his career in Oklahoma City: “Enes Kanter has been very outspoken this summer, but this time it was about Russell Westbrook. In an interview with published Thursday, the Thunder center said he

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The Three That Will Never Be: The Legacies of Scott Brooks, Kendrick Perkins, and Derek Fisher

As the Oklahoma City Thunder embark on a new season, some of the same things from the past still remains. First off, Kevin Durant, Serge Ibaka, and Russell Westbrook should all be back and healthy. Secondly, the expectations of winning

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Posted in Offseason Beat, Random Thoughts

D-Day: Decision Day for the Oklahoma City Thunder and Enes Kanter

Why do people save money? There are usually two reasons why people save money. The first is to be prepared for an emergency. If the car breaks down or the air conditioner goes out, you have the funds necessary to

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Posted in Free Agency, Offseason Beat

Oklahoma City Thunder 2015 Draft Preview

In life, well laid plans seldom come to fruition as easily as we’d like them to. After four straight season of near perfect health, which culminated in an NBA Finals appearance in 2012, the Oklahoma City Thunder have seen three

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