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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 51

Welcome back to the newest episode the OklahomaWorld Podcast! Alright, this is obviously the WarriorsWorld Podcast, but this week we welcomed in Ed Maisonet of Slam Magazine and SB Nation to the studio to talk anything and everything that comes to mind. As a former resident of Oklahoma and loyal Thunder fan, we talk with Ed about Kevin Durant's recent hot streak, the struggles of Harrison Barnes, who should ...

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Warriors Recap: KD Finds 54 Ways to Drop the Dubs

The Golden State Warriors dropped their second game in a row in Oklahoma City 127-121. In the first half, it looked like the fans at Chesapeake Energy Arena were in for a shootout between the two teams squaring off for the night. Stephen Curry came out of the gate hot with 11 points; three rebounds, four assists, and one steal in the first quarter. By halftime, Curry had 22 points; three rebounds, eight ass ...

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Reactions: Warriors 121, Thunder 127

Golden State Warriors 121 FinalRecap | Box Score 127 Oklahoma City Thunder David Lee, PF 32 MIN | 6-14 FG | 1-2 FT | 9 REB | 1 AST | 0 STL | 0 BLK | 2 TO | 13 PTS | -1Lee was dominated early and often by the Thunder bigs, specifically Serge Ibaka. This is nothing new as Ibaka has made Lee look foolish all season long. Lee contributed to a disappointing Warriors frontcourt that got manhandled on both sides o ...

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Reactions: Warriors 112, Thunder 113

Golden State Warriors 112 FinalRecap | Box Score 113 Oklahoma City Thunder David Lee, PF 42 MIN | 2-12 FG | 6-8 FT | 12 REB | 4 AST | 0 STL | 0 BLK | 2 TO | 10 PTS | +7Lee hasn't been playing well lately, and depending on who you ask he hasn't been playing well this entire season. His 17.8 PPG, 9.4 RBG and 2.3 APG averages are more than respectable, but it's the way Lee gets his stats this is most frustrati ...

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Reactions: Warriors 116, Thunder 115

Oklahoma City Thunder 115 FinalRecap | Box Score 116 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 36 MIN | 10-22 FG | 0-0 FT | 4 REB | 3 AST | 1 STL | 0 BLK | 2 TO | 20 PTS | 0Warriors fed Lee in the post a lot during the contest, especially during the 4Q when they seemed set on trying to get Durant to foul out. While the 20 points helps, the four rebounds hurt as the Thunder out-rebounded the Warriors 48-31. Coach ...

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Will Carmelo Anthony Remain in Shadow of LeBron James?

  It seems unfair to openly question whether Carmelo Anthony will continue to reside in the shadow of LeBron James when one could argue that everyone in the league resides in that location. And yet, that is the case. Kevin Durant is the second-best player in the league by most accounts and yet even he acknowledged to Sports Illustrated that James’ presence cramps his style (quotes via the Point Forward): I’ ...

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Could Stephen Curry Collect the 2013-14 MVP Award?

The odds are not in his favor, but Stephen Curry could nonetheless potentially win the 2013-14 MVP trophy if things fall just right.Until proven otherwise, the award is LeBron James’ to lose. Since the 2008-09 season, the two-time Finals MVP has had a stranglehold on the trophy and it is difficult to envision anyone else winning it.The 2013 ESPN Sumer Forecast projects James will collect the Maurice Podolof ...

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Kevin Durant Gets No Help Late in Game 4

The Oklahoma City Thunder are staring at a daunting 3-1 deficit in the Western Conference semifinals after losing a tough Game 4 in overtime. Kevin Durant struggled down the stretch, which made it difficult for the Thunder to score. The absence of Russell Westbrook couldn’t have been more evident in this contest. This was the type of game where his skills were severely needed. Throughout the final quarter a ...

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