Why It’s Not Time to Hit the Panic Button for Thunder Fans

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 written on March 19th The Oklahoma City Thunder are in a funk, there is no doubt about it. They are 5-9 since the all star break with 11 games remaining. Their defense has regressed, but has shown great flashes in limiting prolific scoring teams such as holding Utah 89 points, and the likes of Indiana to 108. What poses the biggest … Continue reading Why It’s Not Time to Hit the Panic Button for Thunder Fans

Dear Kevin, Stay Away

NBA insider Adrian “Woj” Wojnarowski reported, earlier today, that Kevin Durant plans to be in Chesapeake Arena for the retirement of Nick Collison’s jersey. Durant should stay far away from Oklahoma City, especially on Collison’s special night. Collison incomparably served the Thunder, (and the Seattle SuperSonics) for his whole career. He invariably stayed with the organization, even in his final years that he spent mainly … Continue reading Dear Kevin, Stay Away

Aldridge Spurs the Thunder

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 The San Antonio Spurs used hot shooting and a hungry LaMarcus Aldridge to fuel a game for the ages, a 154-147 2OT thriller. Aldridge had a career high 56 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 assists. He was white hot all night. Patented turnaround midrange jumper, catch-and-shoot, or old school pound in the paint. Adams did his work to force Aldridge outside, … Continue reading Aldridge Spurs the Thunder

Westbrook Slays Pelicans’ Two Headed Duo

By Shayden Smith What is more fun to watch? Russell Westbrook putting up a triple-double or DeMarcus Cousins receiving a technical? I honestly don’t know. Westbrook is probably, wait, is the most exciting player to watch in the league. Posting a triple-double is like shooting a layup for him. I don’t know about you, but I think it’s going to be easy for Westbrook to … Continue reading Westbrook Slays Pelicans’ Two Headed Duo