Oklahoma City Thunder | Game #78 Preview: Phoenix Suns

The Oklahoma City Thunder continues their trek towards the end of the regular season where they can rest easy knowing they tanked with the best of them, but tonight the Thunder hosts the Phoenix Suns as fan-favorite Chris Paul makes his return to the 405.

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Thunder Against the Spread | Take OKC to Cover with SGA Returning to Action

The Suns are the best team in the NBA right now, but they’re missing Chris Paul. Meanwhile, the Thunder tends to cover the spread, AND Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is returning from a sprained ankle. As a result, I could see OKC making a game out of this, at least for a little while.

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OKC Thunder | Game #59 Preview: Phoenix Suns

The All-Star Break is over, the Oklahoma City Thunder is back in action tonight, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is set to make his return after missing the last 10 games with a sprained ankle. The home stretch is finally here, and the Thunder is set to finish with a losing record for the second straight season and just the third time in franchise history.

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Oklahoma City Thunder | Game #34 Preview: Phoenix Suns

It’s not even been a whole week yet since the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Phoenix Suns met, yet once again, these two teams will go head-to-head in Phoenix. Six days ago, the Thunder led the Suns by double digits in the third quarter, but Phoenix managed to rally in a major way to come away with the double-digit victory

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Thunder Against The Spread | Take The Points And The Under Against Phoenix

The Suns are giving up an average of 105.6 points per game at home which should boost the 96.9 road scoring average Oklahoma City is heading into the game with. I’m not at all convinced that the Thunder are going to extend its winning streak tonight but I am pretty confident that they won’t lose by more than 15.

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Oklahoma City Thunder | Game #31: Phoenix Suns

For just the second time all season, the Oklahoma City Thunder is riding a 3-game win streak after handily defeating the Denver Nuggets at home on Wednesday evening. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander recorded a triple-double for the second time in his career, and the Thunder came away with the 108-94 victory, their largest margin of victory all season long. Despite the win streak, I wouldn’t exactly say hopes are high for another win tonight as the Thunder travels to Phoenix to take on the scorching hot Suns.

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OKC Thunder | The 10 Home Games I Can’t Wait to Attend

Now, as the Thunder begins their 14th season, I am finally a season-ticket holder. The Thunder hasn’t had fans in the building since March of 2019, and I for one could not be more excited. Yes, it’s almost guaranteed to be another tank season, and I’m more likely to be in the building for a loss than a win, but I’m still pumped. The NBA announced the full schedule for the 2021-22 season Friday afternoon, so without further ado, here are the 10 games that I’m looking forward to attending the most (in chronological order):

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Thunder Against The Spread | Suns Are In A Prime Spot

How can you not pick the Suns after the performance Oklahoma City put out there Saturday night. I get it that they’ll have access to more players than they had against the Pacers but there’s still the issue of Phoenix pursuing the top seed in the West (only a half game back) and the Thunder pursuing a lottery pick. That is the most difficult factor when determining how competitive OKC is going to be. 

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OKC Thunder | Game #48 Preview: Suns

The Oklahoma City Thunder continues to shock the world when they do what they did on Wednesday night by using a shortened roster to pull off a win against a superior team. The Thunder managed a 113-103 victory over the Toronto Raptors just two days ago despite starting a lineup that features 0 of the players from opening night. Tonight, that same lineup will take on the Phoenix Suns on the road.

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