Tag: Utah Jazz

Oklahoma City Thunder | August 3, 2020

OKC Thunder | Bubble Game #2 Preview: Denver Nuggets

The Oklahoma City Thunder (41-24) got off to a fantastic start in the bubble as they dominated the Utah Jazz (42-24) from start to finish on Saturday afternoon, resulting in a 110-94 victory. Monday’s matchup could be a similar outcome.

Oklahoma City Thunder | August 1, 2020

Thunder Defense Leads Way to Victory Over Jazz

The Oklahoma City Thunder (41-24) kicked off their bubble restart play on Saturday afternoon with an impressive 110-94 win over the Utah Jazz (42-24). This win was a long time coming after the season was indefinitely postponed back in March, and it honestly could not have gone much better for OKC.

Oklahoma City Thunder | July 31, 2020

OKC Thunder | Bubble Game #1 Preview: Utah Jazz

Tip-Off: 2:30 PM CT Location: The Arena (Orlando, Florida) Television: Fox Sports Oklahoma Radio: WWLS 98.1FM OKC The Sports Animal Twitter: Follow¬†@TheThunderGuys¬†for live-tweets during the game The moment has finally arrived. […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | March 11, 2020

Thunder-Jazz Matchup Postponed, NBA Season Suspended

Thunder fans were thrown into a whirlwind of shock on Wednesday evening as they saw their team’s matchup with the Utah Jazz come to a halt literally seconds before tip-off. […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | March 11, 2020

OKC Thunder | Game #65: Jazz

Tonight, the Thunder hosts division rival Utah Jazz (41-23). OKC and Utah split the first two matchups of the season, both of which were played in Salt Lake City.

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 23, 2019

OKC Thunder | Game #1 Preview: Utah Jazz

The Oklahoma City Thunder is back in action tonight, and they look a lot different than they did just 6 months ago. Long gone is the first round exit at the hands of Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers, and now we usher in the new era.

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 16, 2019

Thunder Falls to Memphis Despite Late Rally

The Oklahoma City Thunder got off to a solid start despite missing starting point guard Chris Paul. A couple of runs in the first half helped OKC to a 15-point lead at one point before taking a 7-point lead into halftime.

The Grizzlies came out hot in the third quarter, however, and outscored the Thunder 46-28 in the period to take an 11-point lead into the final frame. After trailing by as many as 17 in the second half and by 14 with under 4 minutes to play, OKC mounted a comeback to cut the deficit to 3 points, but it was too little too late, and the Thunder left with a 124-119 loss to end the preseason.