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2017 Year in Review: OKC Thunder Edition

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Chris Grenham) — Let’s take a look back at 2017 2017 was an eventful year for the Thunder organization. The first full year of the post-Durant era included an MVP award, a first round playoff exit, an extremely busy offseason, and Steven Adams emerging as the world’s greatest basketball player. When looking back at the year as a whole, Sam Presti’s moves will dominate the headlines. He traded for two...
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Daily Rumbles: A look back at WTLC’s pre-season predictions

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (R.K. Anthony) — Is there a basketball fortune teller in our midst? Hey Thunder Nation!!! As the seasons edges closer and closer to the midway point, I thought it would be fun to look back at the WTLC staff’s pre-season prognostications and rate their abilities to foretell the future. ______________________________________________________________________________ October 17, 2017 1. On a...
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Which NBA teams are going to see their fortunes change in 2018?

The Step Back (Fastbreak Breakfast) — The NBA season has seen some surprises so far, with teams like the Knicks, the Pacers and the Pistons outperforming the preseason predictions of both Las Vegas and this podcast. On the flip side, the Thunder haven’t met expectations (although they are currently on a hot streak), and the Clippers and Grizzlies have struggled because […] Which NBA teams are going to see their...
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Thunder Views: 6 in a row, Kiwi slams, and electrical fires

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Chris Grenham) — Steven Adams also continued his trek to world domination last night. We saw a little bit of everything on Wednesday night at the ‘Peake. From electrical fires to double-techs to efficient shooting across the board, the Thunder continued their hot streak against the East-leading Raptors for their 6th win in a row. They’re now 12-3 in the month of December. After a so-so start, OKC...
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Markkanen gets best of Euro rivals as Chicago Bulls beat Knicks

Daily Herald Lauri Markkanen hit the go-ahead shot on a fast-break dunk with 39.2 seconds left and the Bulls stayed hot by rallying to beat the New York Knicks 92-87 on Wednesday at the United Center.
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Bulls rally for a 92-87 win over Knicks

Daily Herald Kris Dunn scores 17 points as Chicago Bulls knocks off New York Knicks 92-87
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Good, Bad, and Ugly: NBA Post Christmas

SBN: Clips Nation (Robert Flom) — With Christmas over, the NBA season has truly entered its middle phase. It’s therefore time to look at some of the best stories of the first “trimester” of the season, as well as some of the less happy developments. Good: Toronto Raptors : The Raptors have won 12 of their last 14 games, and are in 1 st place in the Eastern Conference. To be fair, they are in that place primarily...
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Sixers-Knicks observations, 'best' and 'worst' awards: Enes Kanter, Joel Embiid, New York's shooting woes

Philly.com Even in defeat, Knicks center Enes Kanter outshined Joel Embiid at Madison Square Garden.
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NBA Daily: Baker’s Unconventional Rise

Basketball Insiders (Joel Brigham) — New York Knicks sophomore Ron Baker did not find his way to the NBA in the usual way. In a lot of ways, he's not even supposed to be here.
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Heat upgrade Whiteside to questionable; James Johnson out again

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Ira Winderman) — The Miami Heat's injury report for Tuesday night's game against the Orlando Magic includes potential progress as well as a definitive setback. For the first time since he sat out a Nov, 29 loss to the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden due to a bone bruise in his left knee, center Hassan...
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T.J. McConnell was Sixers' Christmas Day MVP

Philly.com T.J. McConnell scored eight straight points to close the third quarter in a win over the Knicks and Brett Brown said he was the most valuable player of the game.
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Too much Joel Embiid all game, J.J. Redick late leads Sixers past Knicks 105-98

NBCSports.com: ProBasketballTalk (Kurt Helin) — Enes Kanter had a huge game for the Knicks with 31 points and 22 boards, 11 of them offensive.
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Joel Embiid's 25 points, 16 rebounds leads Sixers to much-needed, 105-98, victory over New York Knicks

Philly.com JJ Redick added 24 points after missing the past two games with right hamstring tightness.
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