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@TaoMaas Shaq is Superman. Period.
2 years ago on Reports: Dwight Howard headed to the Lakers
@MisterJohnsonOKC @ILikePancakes Correction: ...basically shutting down Dwight Howard in their playoff series matchup in 2009...
2 years, 1 month ago on OKC the ‘most likely’ landing spot for Hasheem Thabeet?
@MisterJohnsonOKC @ILikePancakes Sucking balls means basically shutting down Dwight Howard in 2009 and being a major force behind Dallas winning the whole enchilada in 2010??? You kidding me or what? No matter how you put it, Tyson Chandler on OKC would've been a major force to be reckoned with. More so than our team now.
@diddoff OKC's coaches know how to turn raw talent into gold. Case in point - Serge Ibaka, 2009.
I would like for you to examine Chandler's role in NY. Their coaching staff might be laughable at best. Look...He is Defensive Player of the Year. Imagine the Defensive Player of the Year in Tyson, and runner-up in Serge on the floor at the same time?!?
Furthermore, Tyson can run the floor and he is more dynamic than Perk. I believe Perk has been battling injury since we acquired him...so the comment about Tyson's injury is somewhat null and void. I still like Perk though :/
It's still hard for me to forgive OKC for letting go of Tyson Chandler. I like Perk but Tyson would've given us Defense, Rebounds, Raw Passion, and OFFENSE
What is this worry about? Harden just won 6th man of the year. Trading him would be idiotic at best.
I think Serge and Harden stay in OKC. One will take less money to stick around, my bet would be that Harden takes the lesser contract.
This is a dynasty we are building.
2 years, 1 month ago on Thunder have talked about moving up to get Bradley Beal
Serge blocks all 3 of the big 3.
I think he deserves to say what he wants...especially after blocking Lebron's dunk.
2 years, 2 months ago on Notes from shootaround: Did LeBron call Serge Ibaka ‘stupid’?
2 years, 2 months ago on A moment in the making: OKC wins in six over the Spurs, 107-99
San Antonio took the season series 2-1 over the Thunder. Here’s how those games played out:
Thunder 108, Lakers 96:
I think you meant Spurs 96
2 years, 2 months ago on Return of the Dream: Thunder-Spurs preview