Author: J.G. Marking

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2010 Draft Prospectus – Part V

2010 Draft Prospectus – Part V

The Thunder don't need more youth, don't need more projects to develop or stash away and then patiently wait for two or three years with the hope that ...
2010 Draft Prospectus – Part IV

2010 Draft Prospectus – Part IV

The X-Factor. That is what this prospect is because, honestly, I've never been able to see him play and all of what I know about him is what other ...
2010 Draft Prospectus – Part III

2010 Draft Prospectus – Part III

It's at this point in the prospectus that we'll start to see some redundancies, both in the prospects themselves but in what these prospects might bri ...
2010 Draft Prospectus – Part II

2010 Draft Prospectus – Part II

Welcome to part two of the 2010 Draft Prospectus, or as I like to call it, the "I really don't think the Thunder will keep any of these picks if these ...
2010 Draft Prospectus – Part I

2010 Draft Prospectus – Part I

No post presence on offense (or defense) equals a “Thanks for coming, enjoy your sweep – The Lakers” come April. ...

Sunday Discussion – Be Careful What You Wish For

There has been a lot of talk on here and across the NBA landscape about the Thunder's seeming reluctance to make the kind of mid-season trade that cou ...

Thunder Douse the Heat 98-80

The Thunder's victory over the Heat was incredibly anti-climactic, but thankfully it was kind of boring and stilted in a good way. The major highl ...
Sunday Discussion – All Good Things…

Sunday Discussion – All Good Things…

When you allow offensive rebounds you give up extra possessions to your opposition. And for the Thunder, who is an especially inefficient offensive te ...
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