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Thunder Journal: Chet vs. Wemby

Throughout pop culture history, so many things just don’t quite live up to the hype. Brandon Rahbar Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. The Game of Thrones finale. Ryan Leaf. New Coke. But every once in a while, there’s an exception to the rule. Enter Chet Holmgren vs. Victor Wembanyama. An early October preseason game […]

Sam Presti Exit Interview!

Hey it’s Josh from the First Take Thunder postgame show right here on 107.7 The Franchise. . I had the pleasure to attend the Sam Presti exit press conference on April 20th. It was 2 hours long and instead of posting one big chunk I’ve decided to cut it up in half hour segments for […]

SGA’s Big Season gives Thunder an Opportunity to Make The Playoffs

To Say that Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has exceeded expectations this year would be an understatement. The Thunder point guard has led his squad to a 40-win season and a chance at the playoffs just three years into the team’s rebuild. He also made the NBA All-Star team and finished fourth in the league in scoring, averaging […]

Thunder Lose a Heart Breaker in San Francisco

The youngest team in the NBA had led the defending champions the entire game. Until, with just over 10 minutes left in the contest, the Golden State Warriors tied the young Oklahoma City Thunder 108-108 when Jordan Poole drilled a 29-foot three-point jumper. From that point forward, the Golden State Warriors took control and handed […]

Inside The NBA And NBPA’s New 7 Year Collective Bargaining Agreement

The NBA and NBPA has reached a deal on a tentative collective bargaining agreement so there will be no lock out in the NBA. The new deal was struck late Friday night/early Saturday morning and clears the way for labor peace through the rest of the decade. The 7 year deal also includes a mutual […]

Thunder Go 1-1 in Crucial Back to Back Games

The Oklahoma City Thunder lost a close game to the Charlotte Hornets on Tuesday night at the Paycom Center in Oklahoma City, OK, as three players scored more than 30 points for just the third time in The Thunder’s franchise history. The Charlotte Hornets rallied behind P.J. Washington’s 22 points in the fourth quarter to […]

Thunder 3 Game Losing Streak Ends With OT Victory Over The Bulls

Oklahoma City – The Thunder welcomed the Bulls to town for the first time this Eason and looked to end their three game losing steak before they hit the road for a couple of games. Just like the last few games, defense was the big topic of discussion before the game and the Thunder knew […]

Thunder Can’t Find Their Defense In OT Loss To Nuggets

Oklahoma City – The Thunder welcomed the Nuggets into Paycom Center for a night before Thanksgiving Day game and looked to get back in the win column after a couple of lack luster defensive nights lately. Their defense has been the talk of the town lately because they’ve given up more than 110 in 8 […]

Defense Still An Issue For The Thunder After Loss To Knicks

Oklahoma City – The Thunder were back home tonight after a four game road trip where they split the four games so it was a successful trip. They welcomed the Knicks who were on the second night of a back to back and both teams looked to get back into the win column. On paper, […]