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Thunder Survive Lakers Late Push, Win 114-108

When the Los Angeles Lakers traded for Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard, before the NBA campaign began; many longtime observers of the Association expected the franchise would be riding high all season. The club’s fortunes have yet to match those … Continue reading

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Harden Heads To Houston In Multi-Player Trade Between Thunder And Rockets

For the second straight year, the reigning NBA Sixth Man Of The Year; was traded before the start of the regular campaign. Last year the Los Angeles Lakers traded Lamar Odom to the Dallas Mavericks and according to “The Oklahoman,” … Continue reading

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Will Harden’s Contract Cause A Storm On The Horizon For Thunder?

The Association’s deadline for any of its clubs offering extensions to their players with rookie contracts will occur fittingly enough on October 31. That means this year many players will find out if they are getting enough of a treat to … Continue reading

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Thunder Ink Ibaka to Four-Year Extension, Now How About Harden?

The Oklahoma City Thunder, locked up one of their starters on Saturday, as “The Oklahoman” reported that the club and power forward Serge Ibaka, have agreed to a four-year contract extension. The 22-year-old native of the Republic Of The Congo, … Continue reading

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October 30th Triple-Header Tips Off NBA 2012-2013 Campaign

After a nightmare of a year, that because of the protracted NBA Lockout, the Association played an abridged 66-game schedule that started on Christmas Day; “NBA.com” reported Thursday evening that a full 82-game slate will take place in the upcoming … Continue reading

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Priority For Thunder Is To Keep Scott Brooks On Bench

The formula for building a winning franchise in any pro sport, is quite simple in theory; as it really comes down to a team having two qualities, talent and chemistry. As many teams have found over the years though, even … Continue reading

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James Named Finals MVP As Heat Beat Thunder To Become 2012 NBA Champions

The plan conceived in the Summer of 2010, that LeBron James and Chris Bosh would leave their teams to join Dwyane Wade in South Beach to pursue an NBA Championship with the Miami Heat came to fruition on Thursday night, … Continue reading

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Westbrook’s 43 Not Enough As Heat Win 104-98, Grab 3-1 Series Lead

Many years ago I saw David Bromberg perform “You’ve Got To Suffer If You Want To Sing The Blues” in concert and after four games of the NBA Finals, it seems the Oklahoma City Thunder will have to suffer before … Continue reading

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Are The Thunder “The Not Ready For Prime-Time Players”?

The Oklahoma City Thunder looked like they were on their way to an NBA Championship, after defeating the last three teams from the Western Conference to win the Association’s Title, on their way to the NBA Finals. The Thunder swept … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished Miami, Heat Stop Thunder 100-96 Knot-Up Series 1-1

The Miami Heat were clicking on all cylinders Thursday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, as they had their strongest performance of this Post Season, defeating their hosts, the Oklahoma City Thunder 100-96, in the second game of the NBA … Continue reading

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