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Blue bounced by Lakers 104-101

With the Oklahoma City Blue kicking off a back-to-back set, the Blue fell to the South Bay Lakers 104-101. For the Blue, the loss splotches them to 4-2 through six games, while for the Lakers, they pivot to a 2-1 record. The 48  Oklahoma City and South Bay played a round of back-and-forth to openContinue reading “Blue bounced by Lakers 104-101”

Thunder ran out of Garden, fall short versus Celtics 111-105

With Dave Bliss placing his second game as Head Coach, the Oklahoma City Thunder fell short in their comeback efforts at the Garden, slipping to the Boston Celtics 111-105. For the Thunder, the loss pins them to 10 losses on the season, now resting at 6-10. In the case of the Celtics, their win swingsContinue reading “Thunder ran out of Garden, fall short versus Celtics 111-105”

Thunder rammed by Bucks 96-89

With the Oklahoma City Thunder entering a back-to-back set, the Thunder were struck by the Milwaukee Bucks 96-89. For the Thunder, the loss set them back to 6-9 on the year while for the Bucks — the victory shot them above the 500-mark, now resting at 9-8. All five of Milwaukee’s starters logged points beforeContinue reading “Thunder rammed by Bucks 96-89”

Blue nip Clippers 108-100

Following a four-day escapade, the Oklahoma City Blue washed the Agua Caliente Clippers 108-100. For the Blue, their victory on Thursday improved their record to 4-1. In the case of the Clippers, their loss etched their second loss on the season, as they now sit at 3-2. The 48 Agua Caliente rolled into the firstContinue reading “Blue nip Clippers 108-100”

Thunder blast by Rockets 101-89

With the Oklahoma City Thunder putting a wrap on a four-game homestand, the Thunder trumped the Rockets 101-89. Oklahoma City’s victory inches them back into the play-in picture as the group now hangs at 6-8. In the case of the Rockets, their placehold as bottom-dwellers remains as the roster holds a 1-13 record on theContinue reading “Thunder blast by Rockets 101-89”

Thunder burned by Heat 103-90 in back-to-back closer

With the Miami Heat missing the services of Bam Adebayo (knee) and Jimmy Butler (ankle) the Oklahoma City Thunder dropped their back-to-back closer against the Heat, flaming out 103-90. The Thunder skid to a two-game losing streak following the loss, now falling to a 5-8 record. In regards to the Heat, they pivot in theContinue reading “Thunder burned by Heat 103-90 in back-to-back closer”

Blue fend off Warriors, snag 85-71 victory

With Thunder assignees Tre Mann, Theo Maledon, and Vit Krejci active for the Blue, they stomped the Warriors 85-71 in their baseball set-closer. For the Blue, the win escalates them back onto the high side as they now sit at 3-1 while in the case of the Warriors, their win percentage sulks to 1-3 headingContinue reading “Blue fend off Warriors, snag 85-71 victory”

Thunder outclass Kings, take contest 105-103 in buzzer-beating fashion

Tradition. Throughout the Oklahoma City Thunder’s infancy stages as a franchise, the organization has rallied around tradition. From the franchise’s decade-long MVP reign to the jersey retirement of Nick Collison — the group has always cultivated a family-first approach while respecting what has come before them. On Friday, the Thunder wore out a new collectionContinue reading “Thunder outclass Kings, take contest 105-103 in buzzer-beating fashion”

Blue squander lead, barraged by Warriors 84-75

With the Oklahoma City Blue assigning Theo Maledon, Isaiah Roby, and Vit Krejci to the roster, the group failed to slash the Warriors, falling 84-75. For the Blue, the loss marks the group’s first falter of the season, now sitting at 2-1. As for the Warriors, Friday’s end result rolls out the opposite side ofContinue reading “Blue squander lead, barraged by Warriors 84-75”

Thunder claw past Pelicans, notch three-game win streak in 108-100 thriller

With Oklahoma City and New Orleans entering Wednesday evening at the back-end of the Western Conference, the Thunder took home the victory in the battle of the bottom-dwellers 108-100. For the Thunder, the win marks their first three-game streak since January 10, 2021, now pivoting to a 4-6 record on the season. As for theContinue reading “Thunder claw past Pelicans, notch three-game win streak in 108-100 thriller”