Drew Corrigan (@Dcorrigan50) — Some players are good, some players are great, and some players are just special. Without looking at statistics, the eye test separates the great ones from the special ones. The special ones shine when the lights are the hottest and can pull their team to victory with the single flick of the wrist. On Sunday night, when the Clippers and Thunder were battling in Game Four […]
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by Kyle Neubeck (@NeubeckNBA) There is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while […]
Joshua Santos — As a young Kevin Durant took to the stage to deliver his heartfelt and emotional MVP speech, he was finally able to cross off one of many prolific goals he had hoped to achieve during his NBA career. A five-time NBA All-Star, a one-time All-Star Game MVP, a former Rookie of the Year and four-time scoring champion, Durant […]
by Jovan Alford Yes, you read that title correctly; Reggie Jackson, the Boston College product pretty much saved the Thunder’s season on Saturday night. With about one minute to go in regulation, the Memphis Grizzlies were about to take a 3-1 series lead until Reggie Jackson stepped up in the clutch. Jackson, in a matter of seconds, scored five quick […]
by Drew Corrigan – 1. Statistical Breakdown Leaders PPG: 32.0 – Kevin Durant APG: 6.9 — Russell Westbrook RPG: 8.8 — Serge Ibaka SPG: 1.9 — Russell Westbrook BPG: 2.7 — Serge Ibaka Team Averages PPG: 106.2 OPPG: 99.8 ORating: 110.5 DRating: 103.9 Net Rating: 6.6 Pace: 95.4 2. Regular season overview Everyone expected the Thunder to compete for one of the top […]
Russell Simon – The up-and-down 2013-2014 Knicks season hit a relative high last night, when they clobbered the Nets at home by a final score of 110-81. With that win, the Knicks improved to 33-43 on the season, and more importantly, into a tie with Atlanta for the eighth and final playoff spot in the East. While that’s mostly a […]
Drew Corrigan – Remember when Oklahoma City lost the NBA Finals to the Miami Heat and everyone was talking about how much Russell Westbrook was damaging the Thunder? Then, flashback to last year, when a Thunder squad void of Russell Westbrook looked undermanned and unworthy of being on the same floor as the Memphis Grizzlies. The NBA world we all live […]