From Distance: The Spurs and Thunder Break Brains


four point play…. 1. Every week, before sitting down to write, I do a last minute NBA news check to see if anything interesting has happened the night before. The answer this week? Yep! When I clicked over to League Pass, I saw a final score of 154-147 in favor of the San Antonio Spurs over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Excuse me, what?! I closed my writing tab and watched the…


Northwest Division Preview


[Editor’s Note: This is the third installment of our annual six part series of division previews. If you missed you the Pacific Division , or Southeast Division previews, click away on the links provided above.] Denver Nuggets Additions: Isaiah Thomas (Lakers), Michael Porter Jr. (R), Jarred Vanderbilt (R), Thomas Welsh (R) Subtractions: Wilson Chandler (76ers), Kenneth Faried (Nets), Darrell Arthur (Suns), Devin Harris (Dallas), Richard Jefferson (Manhattan Beach) Outlook: Denver will…


Live Thread: Cavs @ Thunder

The Cavs are in Oklahoma City this afternoon to take on the Thunder. The Thunder are coming off of a three point loss to the Indiana Pacers. They gave up 34 points in the fourth quarter. OKC is currently 3rd in the Western conference with a record of 40-15. They are a middle of the pack team defensively, according to points allowed giving up 101.9 a game. However, they limit…


Recap: Cleveland 108, Thunder 98

In a not a very emphatic win, the Wine & Gold hit 16 threes, gave up only ten points off turnovers, and allowed the Thunder to shoot just 39% from the field. Notice, I said allowed and not held. This was a game where the team that wanted to win probably could have asserted themselves and got the “W” very easily. Fortunately, the Thunder didn’t buckle down, and the Cavs had the edge from the…