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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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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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Daily Rumbles: Let’s talk Dakari, as in Johnson

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (R.K. Anthony) — This Wildcat deserves love too. Hey Thunder Nation!! Steven Adams returned to the Oklahoma City Thunder line-up and posted 11pts, 9 boards, and 3 assists in the team’s most complete game of the season. But I’m not going to talk about Adams even though he is averaging a double-double for the month of December and blossoming into the star I predicted 2 seasons ago . I said then there was...
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Thunder vs Jazz preview: OKC must hold off Jazz minus Steven Adams

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (R.K. Anthony) — Steven Adams is still in the league’s concussion protocol and will miss 3rd straight game. The Oklahoma City Thunder will be without Steven Adams for a 3rd straight game in their match-up with the Utah Jazz at Chesapeake Energy Arena, tonight at 7 pm cst. The Thunder reached the .500 mark in a triple overtime win against the Philadelphia 76’ers but lost Steven Adams as a result of a...
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Thunder Views: Jump on his back, MVP Russ is here

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Chris Grenham) — It wasn’t pretty, but the Thunder are back to .500 It’s December 19th, and the Thunder ’s season hasn’t gone as planned to this point. Regardless of poor performance, OKC finds themselves at 15-15 and somehow just one game out of the 5th spot in the West. Last night was a bizarre game, where the Thunder’s defense led them to a grind it out win. Well maybe more than just defense... ...
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Thunder Views: Evading .500 and Carmelo’s Return

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Chris Grenham) — Standing ovations are fun, but losing isn’t Carmelo Anthony’s return to the Big Apple probably didn’t go as well as he would have liked. The Thunder were without Steven Adams , Michael Beasley was scoring at will, and Melo was held scoreless in the second half. Probably not what he had in mind. And all of this occurred without Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis . Spotlight The stars...
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Thunder vs Knicks, final score: Carmelo can’t spur OKC to winning record, fall to NY 111-96

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (J.A. Sherman) — Out of gas. The Thunder fell to the Knicks on the second night of back-to-back games, 111-96. If OKC were competent and capable you might even call this a scheduling loss, following the grueling triple overtime win over the 76ers less than 24 hours ago. However, much of how the game unfolded is what we’ve seen many times, and the Thunder again slip to a game under .500. The Thunder...
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Thunder vs Knicks preview: Carmelo Anthony makes 1st return trip to the Garden

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (R.K. Anthony) — The final leg of the Thunder ’s reunion road trip tips off at Madison Square Garden at 7:30 pm cst. Carmelo Anthony is returning home for the first time since allowing his trade to the Oklahoma City Thunder just days before training camp and it is anyone’s guess how the Knick faithful will greet him. The long anticipated trade with the Denver Nuggets that brought Anthony to New York in...
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Thunder Views: A City of Brotherly Love and Hate, the Andre Roberson Story

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Chris Grenham) — Embiid, Roberson, Russ, and whole lot of free basketball. Last night was pure chaos in the best way possible. We had Andre Roberson blowing layups, Patrick Patterson making game-winning blocks, and a Joel Embiid - Carmelo Anthony /Russell Westbrook/everyone beef. I’d like to say that covers most of the Thunder ’s 3OT win, but I’d be lying. It was wild, confusing, and tremendous, but...
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Thunder vs 76ers, final score: OKC wins triple OT in Philly, 119-117

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Will Brewer) — OKC is back to .500. Finally. The Oklahoma City Thunder and Philadelphia 76ers needed three extra periods to decide a winner on Friday night. As the dust settled, it was the Thunder that came out on top with a 119-117 victory. Both teams showed tremendously resiliency and grit, both coming back from deficits throughout the night. It was the NBA's first multiple overtime game of the...
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Daily Rumbles: Oklahoma City needs to find “the Field”.

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (R.K. Anthony) — cheating the rhythm of the game is costing the Thunder easy wins. Hey Thunder Nation!!! Basketballreference.com projects that the Oklahoma City Thunder should be 15 and 10. They are currently 12 and 13. The culprits? Lottery teams. When the Thunder lost to the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night it marked the fourth loss against teams that will vie for the cream of the 2018 Draft crop....
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Daily Rumbles: Thunder Analyst Antonio Daniels States the Hard Truth About OKC

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (R.K. Anthony) — The question is, will the Thunder listening? Hey Thunder Nation!!! Time for another edition of Daily Rumbles. I know the “Daily” is pushing it, but let’s be honest, since the last edition the story with the Thunder hasn’t changed and writing “ditto” every day seemed a waste of time. Finally there is something real to write about and it’s coming from behind the scenes. A voice, crying out...
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Thunder vs Magic, final score: OKC offers no answers, trounced by Orlando 121-108

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (J.A. Sherman) — “Harmony makes small things grow. Lack of it makes big things decay.” - Gaius Sallustius Crispus  The Thunder dropped their 3rd game in a row, falling to the Orlando Magic 121-108. Here is all you really need to know — a game (and 3 days off) after losing to a lottery team whose best player is 137 years old , the Thunder looked far worse than a team who had just come off a 9...
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Thunder Views: OKC disaster continues vs Kings

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (Chris Grenham) — Fans: They’ll be fine! Things are actually going well. Narrator: Things were not going well. SOUND THE ALARM - We may actually have a problem Just kidding. Sort of. Successful teams have gotten off to bad starts in the past. We’ll just have to wait and see if the Thunder can right the ship like the 2010 Heat and 2014 Cavs. Realistically, these are probably just some serious ...
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