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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”

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”

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”

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”

Blue outshine Stars, close baseball set with 114-81 victory

With the Oklahoma City Blue placing Isaiah Roby, Tre Mann, and Vit Krejci on assignment — the Blue toppled the Salt Lake City Stars 114-81 to close off their baseball set. Oklahoma City’s win on Sunday placed the topper on an impressive baseball that saw the Blue seize victory by an average of 44.0 points.Continue reading “Blue outshine Stars, close baseball set with 114-81 victory”

Blue burn out Stars 118-63 in home opener

With the Oklahoma City Blue reshuffling the deck with nine new faces and a pair of Thunder assignments, they didn’t lose a beat — clobbering the Salt Lake City Stars 118-63 in their regular-season opener.  The Blue and Stars kept within striking distance for the entirety of the first quarter as Oklahoma City led byContinue reading “Blue burn out Stars 118-63 in home opener”

Back in Blue: Oklahoma City Blue composite guide

After a regular-season campaign that saw the Oklahoma City Blue reach the highest of highs and the lowest of lows last season — Grant Gibbs’ squad is revving up for another year of G-League basketball. The Oklahoma City opened last season’s “bubble year” on a high note, posting a league-best 7-1 starting record, however, aContinue reading “Back in Blue: Oklahoma City Blue composite guide”

Oklahoma City Blue outlook: Tracking last season’s roster

Photo Credits: Juan Ocampo/NBAE via Getty Images After opening the season with a league-best 7-1 record, the Oklahoma City Blue endured a grueling 1-7 end-cap that pushed themselves from a then contender to being out of the playoffs via tiebreaker. Though gut-punching, last season’s Blue team racked up a hoard of accolades ranking first inContinue reading “Oklahoma City Blue outlook: Tracking last season’s roster”

Oklahoma City Blue season schedule announced, will play at Paycom Center

NBA action is back, that is no different for the G-League. Following a 12-game Disneyworld expedition, the Oklahoma City Blue are prepped for another season of play, and per team release — their regular-season schedule is out.  The Oklahoma City Blue will have a new place to call home yet again as their previous landingContinue reading “Oklahoma City Blue season schedule announced, will play at Paycom Center”

Blue guard Rob Edwards added to Thunder Summer League roster

Photo Credits: Juan Ocampo/Getty Images Blue guard Rob Edwards put the G-League bubble on notice last season with his offensive play. He’s set to return in Las Vegas, this time — he’ll be playing summer ball with the Thunder. Broken first by Ben Creider of BricktownBeat.com, Rob Edwards will play on the Thunder’s Summer LeagueContinue reading “Blue guard Rob Edwards added to Thunder Summer League roster”