Blayne and Michael talk with Zeb Benbrook, manager of our sister Thunder blog, Welcome to Loud City.
Kevin Durant frequently asserts himself on the court, but how does the most humble player in the NBA stick up for himself off the hardwood? Michael, Blayne, and Brent analyze the rare occasions when Durant, the NBA's most humble player, must speak out.
Was signing Kendrick Perkins too aggressive? Will Jeff Green become "the one that got away"?
We talk with Barrett Bray, creator of the website SergeGotRobbed.com. Find out why Barrett devoted an entire website to Serge's snubbing.
Jeff Green, DJ White, Nenad Krstic, and Morris Peterson are traded. The Thunder welcome Kendrick Perkins, Nate Robinson, and Nazr Mohammed. Blayne and Michael discuss these deadline trades and the possible downsides of acquiring Kendrick Perkins.
For the 3rd year in a row, Blayne, Michael, and Brent discuss what changes the Thunder should resolve to make in the New Year. Plus, hear Michael's surprising follow up to his promise to applaud the opposing team's introductions.
Michael poses another tough question for fans: why do we boo indisputably correct calls? Find out why the Thunder shoot and make so many more free throws than other NBA teams. Finally, we return to the question of applause for the opposing team after Brent is confronted at Thanksgiving by his sister.
Michael and Blayne celebrate 2010's opening night win in episode 48. They also discuss likes and annoyances from new presentations at the Ford Oklahoma City Arena.
Our Thunder podcast follows a tangent and responds to LeBron James’s unprecedented prime-time free agency announcement. Blayne sounds off on the exploits of the renegade superstar and compares his philosophy to that of the Thunder.
Kevin Durant has put up an MVP worthy season. But there is another Thunder player deserving of an official NBA award, Russell Westbrook could win the Most Improved Player of 2009-2010. What has Russ West done to deserve such accolades?
The ghost of Effie haunts the Knicks into a loss and the Thunder are still haunted by overtime losses. We discuss these frightening events and also talk about Thunder fan traditions we would like to see started.