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Topic: Thunder Podcast – The Weekly, Episode 11

Topic ThunderOn the latest episode of The Weekly, the Topic: Thunder crew discuss the following topics:

  • Looking back at the 3-game road trip from last week
  • Player of the Week
  • Khris Middleton trade ideas
  • Houston struggling, smiles abound
  • The OKC Blue are the top team in the G-League
  • People imitating Russell Westbrook, but Russ receiving no credit
  • Looking at the next 4 games against tough Western Conference opponents
  • And more…

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https://anchor.fm/okc-topic-thunder/episodes/TT—The-Weekly–Episode-Eleven—Stop-copying-Russ-e2nvvc

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NTTB Rumblings – 01 Nov 2017

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Welcome to the holiday season (or is it szn, now?).

Royce Young (ESPN) on the Thunder’s convincing victory over the Milwaukee Bucks: “Playing on the road against the Bucks was a good test to gauge where the Thunder stood and whether the positive momentum of the past few games would continue to build. And the Thunder set the tone early, as Westbrook sparked their best half of the season, a dominant first 24 minutes that put the Bucks on their heels. “That first half, that’s how I would love to see us play,” Thunder coach Billy Donovan said. “I feel like when we play like that the floor’s so spaced it takes advantage of all those guys.”

Royce Young on the Thunder not picking up Josh Huestis’ 4th year option: “The Thunder elected to not exercise the $2.2 million team option for a few reasons, a primary one being the lack of evidence on Huestis and his fit with the roster. Before this season, he’d appeared in only seven total games in two years. Future roster and luxury tax implications also factored in, with the Thunder’s planning for the hopeful re-signing of both Paul George and Carmelo Anthony. Committing to pay Huestis $2.2 million next season could translate to as much as $7 million with relation to the tax.” Continue reading NTTB Rumblings – 01 Nov 2017