Oklahoma City Thunder: Predicting Their Next 5 Games

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Feb 3, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Kevin Durant (35) drives the ball against Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard Courtney Lee (5) during the fourth quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The Super Bowl is over so now its time to focus on the NBA … right? Well, maybe not. There is usually a Super Bowl hangover that carriers into the NBA All-Star weekend. Usually that weekend ignites fans to catch up on their NBA. I’m a huge basketball fan, but I’m just being real with you when I say that the first half of the NBA season is boring. I mean, there are some good matchups here and there but for the most part its just not exciting. For example; the last four Thunder pieces I have wrote have all been about Kevin Durant. Pretty lame, huh? Not that he is a boring guy, but after talking about his MVP chances, his best five games in January and why he might be overworked; we all need a change of pace.  At least after the  All-Star break things get interesting. This is when we separate the pretends from the contenders. Games actually matter in the standings. Did you know that the Golden State Warriors are in danger of falling out the playoff picture? Yea, that’s how good the West is. So, I have decided to predict the outcome of the Thunder’s games heading into the All-Star break. Here we go:

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  • Cody

    I agree. The NBA is kind of hard to watch this time of year

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