Tag: Mike Muscala

Oklahoma City Thunder | May 1, 2021

Thunder Against The Spread | Injury Report Says Take The Pacers And The Points

I don’t look for this to be a blowout for the Pacers but I am concerned about OKC’s depth with Dort and Aleksej Pokusevski on the bench beside Mike Muscala. This could easily be a situation where the Thunder remain extremely competitive for three and a half quarters before fading away late.

Oklahoma City Thunder | March 24, 2021

Thunder Against The Spread | Memphis Has A Clear Advantage Tonight

Oklahoma City is back at home where they’re only covering the spread 45% of the time this season. As a home underdog that number decreases to 42% and when facing teams that have won 45-55% of its games the Thunder are only covering the spread 41% of the time.

Oklahoma City Thunder | February 21, 2021

The Thunder Lowdown | Game #30: Shai Leads, Bench Shines in Win at Cleveland

The Oklahoma City Thunder trailed early on the road against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but it didn’t last for long as OKC took a lead late in the first quarter and never looked back. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander paced the Thunder with game-highs in scoring (31 points) and assists (9) to lead OKC to a 117-101 win away from home.

Oklahoma City Thunder | February 16, 2021

The Thunder Lowdown | Game #27: Damian Lillard Catches Fire to Save Blazers from Meltdown

The Oklahoma City Thunder trailed by a lot for most of their matchup against the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night, but that means nothing to a scrappy bunch who keeps playing their hardest until the final buzzer sounds. Still, despite OKC’s best efforts, it was Portland who was able to come out on top thanks to Damian Lillard catching fire from downtown.

Oklahoma City Thunder | December 28, 2020

The Thunder Lowdown | Game 2: Thunder Falls Just Short Against Jazz

Despite OKC leading for a lot of the game, the Jazz were able to knock off the Thunder in Oklahoma City 110-109 thanks to a go-ahead bucket by Donovan Mitchell with 7.0 seconds left on the clock. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was unable to be the hero for a second consecutive game as he missed a layup at the buzzer, but OKC proved yet again that, despite “tanking” being on everyone’s minds, the Thunder is going to be competitive this season.

Oklahoma City Thunder | December 26, 2020

OKC Thunder | The Thunder Lowdown Game 1

The Oklahoma City Thunder kicked off their season in dramatic fashion on Saturday night as Shai Gilgeous-Alexander hit a go ahead shot with seconds to go to put the Thunder on top of the Charlotte Hornets 109-107.