One of the biggest strengths for the Thunder over the past few years has been their bench. I mean, seriously, how many other teams play a 10- man rotation? Not too many. With the reigning 6th man of the year, James Harden, Oklahoma City has one of, if not the best bench in the NBA(With considerations going to the Bulls, Nuggets, Pacers, and Spurs). However, Harden isn’t the only one who can come off the bench and produce for this Thunder… Continue reading
One more win. One more win in till the Thunder make the next step in their franchise. One more win in till the Thunder are in a best of 7 series for that ring. If the Thunder can win one more game at home on Wednesday night, dreams will now become a reality. A few nights ago, after Game 2, I was shaking my head, and thinking about the off-season. Now, I have a huge smile on my face everywhere I… Continue reading
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Scott Brooks always tell his guys to do their job each and every night. In other words, to play their role on the team. That was the case tonight. Everyone did, “their job”, and then some, which lead to the Thunder’s win tonight. In Game 3, the hero was Thabo Sefolosha. Tonight, it was the play of Serge Ibaka with his carer-high 26 points, and shooting 11-11 from the field. But, Kevin Durant closed it out tonight to give the Thunder the win.… Continue reading
As we all know, the NBA locked out the players this summer for 149 days in hopes of creating competitive balance, improving revenue sharing and putting a bit of money back in to the owners pockets. We’ve gone through free agency and the first few games of the season and it seems that the only thing they really accomplished was the latter. There’s no Lebron-mania or Melo-drama but basketball fans are still constantly being teased by the latest Dwight Howard… Continue reading