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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder preview (Game 77 of 82)

When: Sunday, 05 April 2015 at 12:00 PM CST Where: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK Its becoming quite apparent that the race for the 8th seed in the Western Conference (and Eastern Conference, I guess) is likely coming down … Continue reading

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Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets preview (Game 38 of 82)

When: Thursday, 15 January 2015 at 7:00 PM CST Where: Toyota Center, Houston, TX The Oklahoma City Thunder just experienced the NBA’s equivalent of an NFL bye week. They were off for 5 full days, last playing on Friday at … Continue reading

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The Thunder and the NBA’s Television Deal

With the historical TV deal the NBA signed on Monday, the salary cap is poised to jump up by at least $30 million dollars in the next 2-3 seasons. The increase in salary cap also means an increase in players’ … Continue reading

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Early Training Camp Stories

With Monday’s media day out of the way, the Oklahoma City Thunder started their journey into the 2014-15 NBA season. Like every other training camp before this one, there are questions and issues that need to be settled before the … Continue reading

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2014-15 NBA Season Preview: Southwest Division

Southwest Divison 1. San Antonio Spurs Last season: 62-20 (1st in the Southwest Division, 1st in the Western Conference) Season ended: Hoisting the Larry O’Brien trophy after Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat Key Additions: Kyle … Continue reading

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The Yin and Yang of the Reggie Jackson situation

Overall, the Oklahoma City Thunder have had a pretty successful offseason. They signed a proven sharp-shooter in Anthony Morrow. Their draft yielded a possible rotation player in Mitch McGary. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook decided not to participate in the … Continue reading

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Breaking Down the 2014-15 Thunder Schedule

It’s a rite of passage every August to look at the newly released NBA schedule and predict the record of your team. It’s usually a losing battle as many of the variables that come into play during the season (injuries, … Continue reading

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Kevin Durant: The Nurturing of a Legacy

On Thursday, word came out that Kevin Durant decided to pull out of the World Championships. He was slated to be the team’s unquestioned leader and its main focal point offensively. Durant’s departure (and Paul George’s injury) has created a bit … Continue reading

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