Category: Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 13, 2019

Indiana 111 – OKC 85 | You Don’t Have To Look Hard To Figure Out What Went Wrong

Oklahoma City’s shooting inside the Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Tuesday night matched the frigid temperatures outside of the Indiana Pacers basketball facility. The Thunder absolutely shot themselves out of the […]


Oklahoma City Thunder | November 10, 2019

Thunder Fights Back But Falls to Bucks

The Oklahoma City Thunder (4-6) came back from the depths to nearly defeat the Milwaukee Bucks (6-4), but the rally was rendered incomplete, and it was Milwaukee who came out on top 121-119.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 10, 2019

OKC Thunder | Game #10 Preview: Bucks

Tonight, the Thunder hosts Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks (6-3) in the second game of a back-to-back at home. The Bucks last lost on a buzzer beater to the Jazz in Utah on Friday, so they are coming in with a day’s worth of rest and a win on their minds.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 9, 2019

Thunder Avoids Meltdown to Defeat Warriors

The Oklahoma City Thunder jumped out to a big lead early against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night, but they nearly let this one get away. After watching a 23-point lead get washed away at the third quarter buzzer, the Thunder was able to hold on and defeat the Warriors 114-108.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 7, 2019

OKC Thunder | Game #8 Preview: San Antonio Spurs

The Thunder are a slight underdog tonight, something that has been and will be consistent throughout this season, but the Spurs are not an insurmountable foe. OKC has a chance to pull to .500 on the season tonight, and a win would do well for continuing the momentum.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 5, 2019

Strong Finish Lifts Thunder Over Magic

The Oklahoma City Thunder picked up a second consecutive win as they finished out strong Tuesday night to defeat the Orlando Magic 102-94.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 5, 2019

OKC Thunder | Game #7 Preview: Orlando Magic

Tonight’s game features two of the best defensively rated teams in the NBA, and while both teams have struggled on offense, the Thunder has the more capable pieces. OKC is favored in the game, but as will likely be the case for the entire season, we shouldn’t count our Thunder chickens before they hatch.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 2, 2019

Team Effort Fuels Thunder to Second Win of the Season

The Oklahoma City Thunder moved to 2-4 on the season on Saturday afternoon as they handled the New Orleans Pelicans 115-104 at home. 6 different players for the Thunder scored […]