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Tag: Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 25, 2018

Boston Celtics At Oklahoma City Thunder | Players To Watch

Missing Russell Westbrook for the first two games, and Andre Roberson until who knows when, may have affected the team chemistry a bit as players are learning their roles among a new, but not permanent, starting five.

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Oklahoma City Thunder | October 19, 2018

Oklahoma City At L.A. Clippers | Players To Watch

For Oklahoma City it was a renewed effort in playing defensive basketball and starting off the third quarter strong. The Thunder held Golden State to 26.9% shooting from long-range and forced the defending world champs into 21 turnovers. Even more important, OKC’s most explosive quarter was the third in which they came out of the locker room to produce 32 points. 

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 16, 2018

Russell Westbrook Officially Ruled Out For NBA Season Opener

Westbrook had missed the entire preseason after undergoing a minor procedure on his right knee. In his absence newly acquired combo guard Dennis Schroder will most likely get the start with Raymond Felton providing minutes off the bench. 

Oklahoma City Thunder | August 5, 2018

Vegas Picks Thunder to Finish Third in West

Oddsmakers at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook came out with their latest over-under numbers for wins for the upcoming season for each team in the Western Conference, and they picked […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | June 26, 2018

Kevin Hervey Is A Name OKC Fans Need To Know

There were only four picks left in the 2018 NBA Draft when the Oklahoma City picked UT-Arlington’s Kevin Hervey. The Thunder front office personnel think they got a steal though, […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | June 24, 2018

Rookie Devon Hall Brings Defensive Intensity To Oklahoma City

Devon Hall made only five three-point shots as a freshman at Virginia. Last season, as a senior, he was good from long-range 57 times (43.2%). I’m not going to tell you that the Caviler offense went through Hall’s hands but Virginia did score on an average of 1.15 points per possession when he was on the floor as opposed to 0.94 points per possession when he wasn’t. That isn’t why Oklahoma City drafted him though.