Better Know: Oklahoma City Thunder

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We’ve been dealing with a few tech issues here for the past week. My apologies for the lack of updates. We’ll take the next couple of days catching up on opponents around the league, unless we’re destroyed by another serpent. Cross your fingers. Today’s installment of Better Know An Opponent focuses on the Oklahoma City […]

The BK Playoff Game: 3 Things To Watch In Tonight’s Playoffs

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Each day that there’s a playoff game, we’ll have three things to watch in the NBA playoffs. Each note will be accompanied by a contest. We’ll announce winners after each round. Here’s today’s three things to watch: 1) Indiana vs. Manhattan. The Pacers defeated the Knicks 102-95 in Game 1 on the road, thanks to […]

Breakdown: Nets quickly turn the corner by using the corner quickly

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The Brooklyn Nets shocked the Oklahoma City Thunder, Thunder fans, and Nets fans alike last night by defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder, 16-2 at home and 24-6 on the season before last night, 110-93. One of the Nets’ biggest strengths last night came from their long-distance marksmanship, as the team finished 9-17 from beyond the […]

Four Reasons To Watch Tonight’s Nets-Thunder Game

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OK, so two of the most important Brooklyn Nets players — Reggie Evans and Brook Lopez — are out tonight with the flu and the foot, respectively. The team’s playing against the Oklahoma City Thunder, who are 14-4 and the reigning Western Conference Champions. So that’s probably a bad sign. But it’s not the be-all-end-all. […]

Welcome to the Thunderdome: Blogger Breakdown

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The 11-5 Brooklyn Nets take on the 14-4 Oklahoma City Thunder tonight, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Barclays has been a comfortable home for Brooklyn so far, but they haven’t played a team as good as Oklahoma City, the reigning Western Conference Champions led by Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. The Thunder outscore opponents by […]