The Biggest Sleepers in the 2017 NBA Draft

By Elijah Silas-Tafelsky Last year Malcom Brogdon was the 36th pick in the NBA draft and nobody thought much of it. Brogdon ended up having arguably the best season of any rookie last year helping the Milwaukee Bucks make the playoffs. With the NBA Draft, only a week away I am  looking at the upcoming drafts potential sleepers who could suprise during the next NBA … Continue reading The Biggest Sleepers in the 2017 NBA Draft

With 2 Starters Out, Energy FC Draw With San Antonio FC

By Sam Agnitsch In what turned out to be a blustery summer night, Energy FC battled conditions and an undefeated San Antonio FC, to a scoreless draw Saturday night at Taft Stadium. Despite the solid result against one of the league’s best teams, as well as missing cornerstones Cody Laurendi and Wojciech Wojcik, The Energy can’t help but feel a little disappointed after demonstrating themselves … Continue reading With 2 Starters Out, Energy FC Draw With San Antonio FC

Energy FC Bounce Back with a Win at Home Over Phoenix Rising FC

By Calvin Alexander Tonight’s match ended with a one-goal win by the Energy but the score doesn’t tell the whole story of the match. To end the first half Energy FC forward Wojciech Wojcik received a cross into the box from Michael Harris. Wojcik headed the ball into the back of the net to send the Energy FC to the locker room with a 1-0 lead at the … Continue reading Energy FC Bounce Back with a Win at Home Over Phoenix Rising FC

NBA Mock Draft Picks 1-5

By Elijah Silas-Tafelsky We will start with picks One through five, tomorrow will be picks Six through 10, and picks 10 through 30 will follow. Boston Celtics: Markelle Fultz: PG, Washington (1 Year) It seems like a forgone conclusion that the Celtics are going to take Fultz with the number one selection as Lonzo Ball decided to not workout for the Celtics and players like … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft Picks 1-5

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

Podcast: Trilogy Talk and Tiger’s Back

iTunes Link Stitcher Link On this episode: Calvin Alexander and Sam Agnitsch are joined by Oklahoma State Senior Chirs Miriti to talk about game 1 of the NBA Finals, The Snake himself, The Future of the NBA Super Teams, and Tiger’s Faithfulness. Also: Calvin mixes up Ron Swanson and Ron Burgundy, Sam (and the whole world) loves Rihanna, and Chris hates LeBron. Continue reading Podcast: Trilogy Talk and Tiger’s Back