The Thunder’s Options

The Thunder provided the most disappointing season in all of the NBA. No, the season is not technically over, but Oklahoma City will have to string together three straight wins. If the regular season is indicative of anything, the Thunder will not be able to pull that off. So … what’s the problem(s)?Is it the coaching, is it Sam Presti, is it, dare I say, … Continue reading The Thunder’s Options

Thunder Win First Playoff Game

The sixth man made the difference for the Thunder on Sunday night. Oklahoma City’s outlook was less than bleak to being the game. The Thunder were down by double digits through the first few minutes of the game. Oklahoma City got into a rhythm, which made Quin Snyder call a frustrated timeout. (Quick Side Note – Quin Snyder has an OSU connection. He coached for … Continue reading Thunder Win First Playoff Game

Thunder Top Sixers

Photo via NBA OKC played the team from “The City of Brotherly Love,” but love was lacking on Sunday in The ‘Peake. Paul George committed the game’s first foul, and the first points. After a Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot two, George made a beautiful three for OKC. A Carmelo Anthony two put the Thunder on top 9-7. Both the Thunder and the Sixers played fast basketball to start. Philadelphia … Continue reading Thunder Top Sixers

Second Team Propels OKC Over Wizards

The Wizards are now 0-9 vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder. The last time Washington beat the franchise, the OKC Thunder were the Seattle Supersonics. To debut the “City Edition” uniforms, Steven Adams brought down the city with a Russell Westbrook assisted dunk. Earlier today, Bedlam Brother readers gave their input on the new Thunder threads. Poll for a @bedlambrother article tonight … The City Editions. What do … Continue reading Second Team Propels OKC Over Wizards

Why We Need Lavar Ball’s Basketball League

By Chris Thatcher The biggest lie we choose not to talk about is that the NCAA is, and will continue to exploit the talent of kids don’t wish to take part in it. The majority of talented players drafted into NBA didn’t finish college. Playing for the NCAA was never the goal for many young kids, and there is nothing wrong with that. However, what … Continue reading Why We Need Lavar Ball’s Basketball League

Westbrook Carries Oklahoma

By Glen Chenoweth Westbrook won the MVP. Should he be the MVP? Yes and this isn’t a question. Calvin wrote about the MVP race in mid-November and while the stats are not up to date, Russ carried the Thunder all season long and won the MVP, but this isn’t about why Westbrook won. This is article is about the state of Oklahoma, who got a win after a … Continue reading Westbrook Carries Oklahoma

Podcast: Gundy’s Glory and Presti’s Pursuit

iTunes Link Stitcher Link On this episode: Calvin Alexander, Kerry Alexander and over the phone Sam Agnitsch talk about the history of Oklahoma State football, Oklahoma State’s outlook for this season, and all things Thunder Basketball including why Paul George might stay in OKC for more than a year. Also: A rumored CIA agent cannot confirm nor deny his association with the association, we learn Paul … Continue reading Podcast: Gundy’s Glory and Presti’s Pursuit