Peter On The Hot Seat: Richer by the Dozen

The NBA’s largest trade in 20 years took place late Tuesday night involving four teams and  12 players changing teams. The biggest name involved was Clint Capela, who was traded from Houston to Atlanta. Hawks-Wolves-Rockets-Nuggets trade returns, per @wojespn: ATL: Clint Capela + Nene HOU: Robert Covington + Jordan Bell DEN: Noah Vonleh + Gerald Green + Shabazz Napier + Keita Bates-Diop + 1st MIN: … Continue reading Peter On The Hot Seat: Richer by the Dozen

Pete On The Hot Seat: Appreciating NBA Talent

Thank goodness that the month of January is over and can’t cause anymore damage. The first month of 2020 brought the Coronavirus, devastating fires in Australia and one of the worst days in NBA history. That day was Sunday, Jan. 26, when Kobe and Gianna Bryant tragically died with seven others from a helicopter accident in Calabasas, California. There was an outcry of sorrow after … Continue reading Pete On The Hot Seat: Appreciating NBA Talent

Big 10 Season Predictions: The West

By Zachary Lutz @zachlutz6 Wisconsin After entering the 2018 season as the #4 ranked team in the country, to say the Badgers season was a disappointment would be an understatement.  It was the first time in the Paul Chryst era where the Badgers failed to reach 10 wins. Furthermore, the Badgers hurt themselves all year long with turnovers, poor special teams play and too many … Continue reading Big 10 Season Predictions: The West

Big 10 Season Predictions: The East

By Zachary Lutz @zachlutz6 Ohio State Whether you like, dislike, love or hate the Buckeyes, there is no question over the past two decades the football program has earned the school the right to be deemed “The Ohio State University.”  Notable scandals and suspensions within the program over the past few seasons cannot strip Ohio State’s status as the class of the Big Ten on … Continue reading Big 10 Season Predictions: The East

The Kickoff of Soccer to the Final Out of Baseball. Oklahoma State Athletics 2018-19

2018-19. Was it the year of the stadium? Of bat-flips? Of so-close-but-so-far? Let’s take a look at the highlights from one of the more, let’s say, eclectic seasons in the history of Oklahoma State Athletics.  Soccer On August 19, I had the opportunity to have lunch with Cowgirl Soccer Associate Head Coach Karen Hancock, and her father-in-law, Executive Director of the College Football Playoff, Bill … Continue reading The Kickoff of Soccer to the Final Out of Baseball. Oklahoma State Athletics 2018-19

George and Westbrook Overcome Scorching Performance by Mitchell in Double OT

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 It was the Thunder’s first game back from the All Star break, and man was it one to remember. The Utah Jazz around this time of year have a great track record of playing great basketball. The young studs in Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert contributed 38 and 26 points each respectively. Mitchell was exceptional in his efforts to close out … Continue reading George and Westbrook Overcome Scorching Performance by Mitchell in Double OT

Why It’s Not Time to Hit the Panic Button for Thunder Fans

By Connor MacKenzie @grandepadre94 written on March 19th The Oklahoma City Thunder are in a funk, there is no doubt about it. They are 5-9 since the all star break with 11 games remaining. Their defense has regressed, but has shown great flashes in limiting prolific scoring teams such as holding Utah 89 points, and the likes of Indiana to 108. What poses the biggest … Continue reading Why It’s Not Time to Hit the Panic Button for Thunder Fans

Thunder Without George Drop Tight Contest to Sixers

The Thunder have now lost 3 in a row and 4 out of their last 5. Their lone victory came from a heroic double overtime performance by Paul George against the Jazz last Friday night. In a contest without George, the Thunder had a committee of guys step up to take shots, but could not cash in multiple opportunities when given. After being down as … Continue reading Thunder Without George Drop Tight Contest to Sixers