Podcast: Durant VS Mayweather and LeBron VS McGregor

iTunes Link Stitcher Link Host Calvin Alexander is joined in studio by Jonathan Stepp to talk about the NBA Finals, KD’s legacy, biggest surprises of the playoffs. and Two New Segments are introduced. 1. Everybody Hates… 2. Calvin’s Conspiracy Theories Sam joins over the phone to talk about the Mayweather VS McGregor fight. Please like and review the podcast! BedlamBrother.com Continue reading Podcast: Durant VS Mayweather and LeBron VS McGregor

Thunder Draft Grades 2013-2014

By Shayden Smith and Kyle Dennie The 2013 NBA draft shaped the Thunder team fans know today. One of the stache bros, arguably the most fabulous of the two, found his way to Oklahoma as the Thunder drafted Steven Adams with the No. 12 overall pick. Adams was originally drafted to come off the bench behind the late, great Kendrick Perkins, but has turned himself … Continue reading Thunder Draft Grades 2013-2014

Thunder Draft Grades 2011-2012

By Calvin Alexander For 2011 the Thunder had only one draft pick, the 24th overall pick out of Boston College, not Mr. October but the same name, Reggie Jackson was picked. Jackson was an excellent backup point guard and a good 6th man of the year candidate until he spoke out about becoming an NBA starter. Jackson showed some upside with the minutes he was … Continue reading Thunder Draft Grades 2011-2012

Thunder Draft Grades 2009-2010

Less than a month away from this year’s NBA Draft lets review the previous Presti-Staff decisions starting from the first time David Stern announced a player was drafted by The Thunder: By Colton Davidson and Chris Thatcher In 2009 the Oklahoma City Thunder drafted two players: a guard from Arizona State named James Harden and a guard from Guadeloupe named Rodrigue Beaubois. The latter was immediately traded to … Continue reading Thunder Draft Grades 2009-2010

A Triple-Double isn’t Enough

By Shayden Smith Russell Westbrook’s 39th triple-double of this late season was bittersweet to say the least. The OKC Thunder were up by more than 20 at one point in the game, but the San Antonio Spurs had different plans Friday night. OKC’s own superhuman with incredible style has been giving all he has in the Thunder’s previous games. I literally almost destroyed my roommates … Continue reading A Triple-Double isn’t Enough