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@DXLThunder performed well without Westbrook..Jackson played extremely well and will out perform and be a better replacement than K-mart was,you have Lamb who I think will come out and shine considering now with Martin gone his only competition 2 get more floor minutes is Jackson.Finally Steven Adams I believe will surprise some people once he gets some actual floor minutes.Sam Presti is as smart as they come for GMs and I think come trade deadline around all-star break u will see a new player in Thunder uniform and I'm referring 2 Marcin Gortat.Gortat has stated he will not resign with the Suns and has stated he wanted 2 go 2 a contender and even has expressed his desire 2 join OKC,with his contract expiring after the season the Suns will have to get what they can for him by trade deadline or get nothing at all.Presti knows this and I expect he will pull the trigger just in time 4 the Playoffs.Calling Gortat broken down is just a ridiculous statement and Gortat has every right 2 b disgruntled when his own franchise refuses 2 do anything 2 better the team..

1 year, 2 months ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Don’t watch, Portland

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 @DooDooBrooks it's not Prestis fault....Harden wanted to b a starter and OKC couldn't afford 2 keep him for a max contract in 3 years it would cost OKC $30+ million in penalties

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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 @DooDooBrooks you are basing your comment off of 2 games in which harden has played against 2 bad teams....u sir r a genius....SMH

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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 @Tronchaser yea I heard that ....thats nuts

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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 @EternalThunder if he works out and becomes a solid center than Presti is a genius for getting him at a steal

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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Thabeet is not a bad player he just got on bad teams that didn't give him structure when OKC aquired him I knew the coaching staff would work with him and bring out his best...b4 he was normally the last guy to show up 4 practice and the 1st to leave by all acounts ever since he got on the squad he's been one of the 1st to show and one of the last to leave...to me that shows commitment

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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people have to remember K-Mart was the only scoring option on bad teams the last 3-4 years he didn't have a Westbrook,Gasol,Wade Parker ect...so guys like that will get injured...now he's a starter who his coming off the bench and playing against other teams 2nd units which in the long run will make him even better and more of a threat and you add him with the potential of PJlll and Lamb and OKC might have the deepest bench ever...but only time will tell

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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ever since the trade I said OKC would be fine if not better and that LAL would be a little better but not much so them starting 0-3...shocked

2 years ago on Back on track: OKC takes down Portland, 106-92

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also the amnesty clause is good for 1 time only during the entire new CBA deal which means if OKC does a bad contract deal 5 years from now then 2 years later want to use it on that player they can

2 years, 4 months ago on Death and Luxury Taxes: The Thunder’s complicated future

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Thabeet makes good sense,low risk high reward I think being with a team with one of if not the highest work ethics in the league will be good for him.You also have to remember Thabeet didn't start playing Bball until he was 15,also Nazr's contract is up so that frees 3.75 milion up and according to what I've seen and heard OKC can get Thabeet at a steal for 850,000 a year which I see is a good trade off also if they can get him to be productive(BIG IF) then they could also amnesty Perkins and clear even more cap space ,if he doesn't then they would't be losing anything.

2 years, 4 months ago on Death and Luxury Taxes: The Thunder’s complicated future

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