Oklahoma City Thunder | April 27, 2021

OKC Thunder | Game #62 Preview: Celtics

The Oklahoma City Thunder has tied a franchise record of 14 consecutive losses after dropping a 121-90 loss last night against the Philadelphia 76ers. Tonight, the Thunder will likely set a new record as they take on the Boston Celtics at TD Garden.

Oklahoma City Thunder | April 26, 2021

Thunder Against The Spread | If Embiid Plays OKC Doesn’t Have An Answer

While we don’t know for sure who is available for the 76ers yet we do know that Dort in out for the Thunder tonight. If Philly plays its typical lineup then this could get ugly. If they rest players then it should be pretty interesting. Regardless, we all know that OKC doesn’t want to even sniff a win right now.

Oklahoma City Thunder | April 26, 2021

OKC Thunder | Game #61 Preview: Sixers

The Oklahoma City Thunder has lost 13 consecutive games, and while it is impossible for them to even tie the NBA record of 26 straight losses, they could get close if they don’t win another game this season. With just 12 games remaining, only 4 of them are against non-playoff teams. Tonight, the Thunder takes on the Philadelphia 76ers on the road.

Oklahoma Sooners | April 24, 2021

Sooners Take Series From Texas Tech With Doubleheader Sweep

Jana Johns and Grace Green went yard and Mackenzie Donihoo and Lynnsie Elam knocked in three runs each as Oklahoma pounded Texas Tech 15-0 in Game 1 to record a 27th run-rule victory. Then in Game 2 Shannon Saile struckout 13 Red Raider batters in a complete-game shutout performance as the Sooners took the series with a 5-0 win.

Oklahoma City Thunder | April 23, 2021

Thunder Against The Spread | Prepare For Deja Vu Against The Wizards

This line was a bit crazy the last time out because news broke late that Lu Dort wasn’t playing and it pushed the spread up. However, we were able to lock the Wizards at 10.5 early on and held on for the cover. I know that Dort should make more than a one-point difference but OKC is only covering the spread 32% of the time as a home underdog and the Wizards are covering 57% of the time on the road. I’ll take Washington by at least 10 points here.