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Hoops Habit May 19, 2018

Oklahoma City Thunder: A look back at NBA draft history before 2018

The Oklahoma City Thunder do not have a first round pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, but taking a look at their draft history shows what kind of talent they could miss out on. The Oklahoma City Thunder would’ve had a first round pick in the 2018 NBA Draft at No. 20, but they had sent […] Oklahoma City Thunder: A look back at NBA draft history before 2018 - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Thunderous Intentions May 17, 2018

Steven Adams Season Review: The Beast Unleashed

Steven Adams had an outstanding year, partially because of himself, partially because of the system. Unfortunately, what happens next is not up to him. Sometimes, basketball feels like an Infinity War, a race to see whose crown can boast the most number of shiny jewels. Other times, basketball feels like a game of Texas Poker, […] Steven Adams Season Review: The Beast Unleashed - Thunderous Intentions - Thunderous Intentions - An Oklahoma City Thunder Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Valley of the Suns May 12, 2018

The Phoenix Suns should target Steven Adams in trade

With the Oklahoma City Thunder possibly getting ready to hit the reset button on their roster this upcoming offseason, the Phoenix Suns should look to capitalize on that situation and find their center of the future. Since the conclusion of the Phoenix Suns’ regular season nearly a month ago there has been a lot of […] The Phoenix Suns should target Steven Adams in trade - Valley of the Suns - Valley of the Suns - A Phoenix Suns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Thunderous Intentions May 5, 2018

OKC Thunder In the news: In praise of Steven Adams

OKC Thunder in the news for May 5th looks at an ode to Steven Adams and a debate over Westbrook’s draw of superstars. Being a sports fan carries highs and lows with it and for OKC Thunder fans the past week easily falls into the category of lows. With the team ousted from the first […] OKC Thunder In the news: In praise of Steven Adams - Thunderous Intentions - Thunderous Intentions - An Oklahoma City Thunder Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Thunderous Intentions May 2, 2018

Andre Roberson exit interview: rehab, recovery and Thunder defense

Andre Roberson exit interview offered insight on his recovery and insights on the OKC Thunder Steven Adams and Patrick Patterson tied for the most lighthearted exit interview. Andre Roberson’s interview was probably the most focused. As the starting shooting guard discussed his rehab, the perspective gained and how the team must improve. With that let’s […] Andre Roberson exit interview: rehab, recovery and Thunder defense - Thunderous Intentions - Thunderous Intentions - An Oklahoma City Thunder Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints May 2, 2018
Sam Presti hopeful to keep Russell Westbrook, Paul George, Steven Adams throughout their prime

Sam Presti hopeful to keep Russell Westbrook, Paul George, Steven Adams throughout their prime

Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti gave some eye-opening insight into the outlook of this past season. Known to be one of the most forthcoming front office executives, Presti acknowledged he was excited about the possibility of keeping Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Steven Adams throughout the prime of their careers, according to Erik […] The post Sam Presti hopeful to keep Russell Westbrook, Paul George, Steven Adams throughout their prime appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Thunderous Intentions May 2, 2018

Steven Adams exit interview: Hair, threes and Melo

During exit interviews Steven Adams covered a wide range of topics. Including hair, shooting threes and taking veiled shots at Carmelo Anthony. Steven Adams is coming off his best season as a pro. Andre Roberson‘s season was cut short due to a patellar tendon injury. Both players play vital roles on the OKC Thunder, especially […] Steven Adams exit interview: Hair, threes and Melo - Thunderous Intentions - Thunderous Intentions - An Oklahoma City Thunder Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Apr 29, 2018
Steven Adams’ funny reaction to possibly adding 3-point shot to his arsenal

Steven Adams’ funny reaction to possibly adding 3-point shot to his arsenal

With elder statesman Nick Collison set to retire after the 2017-18 season, we have sadly seen the last of quite possibly one of the weirdly hilarious pre-game routines in recent memory. Of course, one half of the aforementioned routine is his fellow Oklahoma City Thunder big man Steven Adams – a player that is always […] The post Steven Adams’ funny reaction to possibly adding 3-point shot to his arsenal appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Apr 25, 2018
Steven Adams sure Enes Kanter will get warm reception for Game 5 vs. Jazz

Steven Adams sure Enes Kanter will get warm reception for Game 5 vs. Jazz

New York Knicks big man Enes Kanter came back to his old stomping grounds of Oklahoma City to take part in Game 5 of the Thunder, this time as an spectator, as they host the Utah Jazz. Well
Welcome to Loud City Apr 24, 2018
Thunder vs Jazz Game 4 final score: Utah routs OKC, 113-96

Thunder vs Jazz Game 4 final score: Utah routs OKC, 113-96

The Thunder now find themselves with their backs against the wall. The Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz battled in Salt Lake City in Game 4 of their first round series on Monday night. Donovan Mitchell scored 33 points as the Jazz defeated the Thunder 113-96 to take a commanding 3-1 series lead. OKC came out strong in the first quarter, with Russell Westbrook playing aggressive on both ends, getting into the paint and playing disruptive defense on Ricky Rubio. Steven Adams was also a big part of the offense early on, getting easy buckets off of Westbrook’s penetration. The Thunder...
ClutchPoints Apr 24, 2018
Video: Jae Crowder confronts Russell Westbrook, inadvertently elbows Steven Adams’ face

Video: Jae Crowder confronts Russell Westbrook, inadvertently elbows Steven Adams’ face

Things got chippy at the 5:30 mark of the fourth quarter during the Oklahoma City Thunder’s matchup with the Utah Jazz. After being fouled hard by Russell Westbrook, Jae Crowder immediately confronted the Thunder superstar. Carmelo Anthony and Steven Adams tried to get Crowder away from their teammate. However, Adams was hit by an inadvertent […] The post Video: Jae Crowder confronts Russell Westbrook, inadvertently elbows Steven Adams’ face appeared first on ClutchPoints.
DeseretNews.com Apr 24, 2018

OKC’s Billy Donovan still talking about Steven Adams’ foul woes

Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan can't stop talking about his center Steven Adams getting into foul trouble in consecutive...
Welcome to Loud City Apr 23, 2018
The life of Steven Adams: ‘I’m weird’

The life of Steven Adams: ‘I’m weird’

Royce Young’s chronicle of the evolution of the Big Kiwi is a must-read. It might be late in the year, but it appears that on Monday, April 23, with the Thunder trailing 2-1 to the Utah Jazz, we are graced with one of the best Steven Adams articles of the entire NBA season. The more Adams content the better, and thankfully, ESPN’s Royce Young seems to agree. As one would assume, this piece is loaded with great quotes. I’ll make sure not to ruin it for you, but some of these just need to be highlighted. Young reminds people early on that the Thunder center is only 24-years-old....
Welcome to Loud City Apr 23, 2018
This would be a great time for Russ to take over

This would be a great time for Russ to take over

OKC’s backs are against the wall. They need their leader to take over. We heard it a lot last year. “Russ has no help.” It was an oversimplification of course- Steven Adams was doing work on the glass, Andre Roberson was the one of the best wing defenders in the league, Victor Oladipo was solid (though nowhere near the player he would become in Indiana). But it was nonetheless true Russell Westbrook was the only person really capable of creating plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder last season, for himself or for others. Leading the offensively-challenged Thunder to a 47 win season...
Thunderous Intentions Apr 23, 2018

OKC Thunder at Utah Jazz: Game 4 preview

After a season of underwhelming, the OKC Thunder have one last chance to deliver. Game one seems so long ago. Remember when ‘Playoff P’ shot the lights out and Steven Adams played Rudy Gobert to a stalemate? Remember when the switch had been flipped, the path to the top of the mountain seemed suddenly less […] OKC Thunder at Utah Jazz: Game 4 preview - Thunderous Intentions - Thunderous Intentions - An Oklahoma City Thunder Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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