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If Sam Presti does not hire a coach that Kevin Durant is happy with, chances are Durant will leave Oklahoma City as an unrestricted free agent in July, 2016. That is a fact. Kevin Durant likes Kevin Ollie. That is a fact, too. And Kevin Ollie is Presti's No. 1 choice for the job. That fact was first reported by respected colleague Adam Zagoria, and it is 100 percent on the money.
So what to make of Ollie's statement today, tactfully written in the present tense, that he has "no plans" to leave UConn?
Well, put it this way. I have no plans to marry Taylor Swift. But if circumstances led to that being a possibility ...
As for the other two names that are out there, Billy Donovan and Fred Hoiberg, fans of the Thunder should ask themselves this: "Do either of those guys have a strong relationship with Durant?" Because you can be damn sure that Durant is going to have some input on who OKC's next coach will be. That is why my money is on Ollie -- even if it doesn't happen until the middle of the summer. I explain more in this interview on Erik Gee and Kelly Gregg on 107.7 The Franchise in Oklahoma City.
Tune at 11am on December 1st while Pete Richardson interviews Oklahoma City Thunder cheerleader Shereka Jones. Shereka is 6 year veteran for the Thunder, so tune in if you want to be inspired, entertained, and educated! #Soar
Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. Developments with the rookie Langston Galloway, the additions of the free agents from the 10 day contracts mid season.. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!! Twitter: @BleedBlueShow
The third episode of "The Basketball Truth" will go over Oklahoma City's comeback against the San Antonio Spurs and if they should be favored after holding serve at home. With Indiana winning last night and Paul George showcasing himself as potentially the third-best player in the NBA, is the pressure now building day by day on the Miami Heat? What do I make of Lance Stephenson's ear-blowing incident? Is it more of a distraction for him, or is it actually getting to LeBron James?
With teams from two sports embarking on a journey to be champions, you're sure to get tons of asinine drama. Well both the NBA playoffs and the Stanley Cup playoffs are providing tons to keep Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo busy.
Before we get to the postseason action, there's some drama stemming from a team already in the midst of their offseason. Scott Brooks has been fired by the Oklahoma City Thunder. Mike and George argue about the future of the Thunder franchise. Mike feels this organization is headed for disaster and isn't even an attractive job anymore. George is keeping the faith. Does this impact the futures of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook in OKC? Also, all signs point to Rajon Rondo and the Mavericks parting ways. Why did it get this bad? Can his antics actually be defended? Either way, it's surely fun and entertaining to watch Rondo act a fool.
Is the NBA's Eastern Conference Cleveland's to lose? Are the no star team ball concept Hawks the Cavs toughest test? What about the Wizards? How many teams are true contenders out west? Despite such a great season, will a lack of size eventually be the downfall of Golden State? Do the Clippers have what it takes for a deep playoff run? Has Houston found their best gameplan to win?
The Western Conference is wide open in the NBA, but is it down to only a couple of real threats in the NHL? Does any other west team have a shot at stopping a collision course of Anaheim and Chicago for a chance at the cup? Pavel Datsyuk is the Red Wings savior and the Caps are a bit different this year. Oh and, the Penguins problems go well beyond their play on the ice.
It's the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show, conquering sports radio, one day, at a time....
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we will be joined by the host of the Dr Report with Tyler Jones', Tyler Jones! We will discuss the wild night in the #NBA that featured the 8th seeded #Hawks defeating the #Pacers in #Atlanta as well as the #Grizzlies running the Thunder into the ground. Updates from the #Warriors/#Clippers as well as #NFL news. We will also have two very special announcements at the very end of the show. Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
Jason Damiano from Thunder Obsessed stops by to discuss the Thunder season, Kevin Durant injury, their playoff surge and Westbrook for MVP. Follow Jason on twitter @JDonSports.
Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!! Twitter: @BleedBlueShow
CLNS Radio's Celtics Postgame Show, powered by Lynda.com/CLNS and Peak Brewing will be live immediately following tonight's action to break it down after the game as the Celtics hit the road to face the depleted OKC Thunder who will be without Serge Ibaka and Kevin Durant. Sean Bakke and Brian Langford will have you covered with everything you need to know for the game tonight.
Call the guys to give your opinion on the game at 347-215-7771 and tweet @CLNSRadio to get your thoughts #OnBoard where Matt Rury will be handling your tweets! You can also get involved in the action by joining the CLNS Sports Hub Discussion Group on Facebook.
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The NBA regular season is roughly 50 games in and many of the juggernauts have positioned themselves to make the playoffs, which is all any team truly cares about in the West. Which teams have surprised most fans? Can the Phoenix Suns hold onto the final, eight-spot? They are currently ahead of the New Orleans Pelicans by one-and-a-half games and the Oklahoma City Thunder by three games.
Before answering who should win the West, who has a legitimate shot of winning it? Do any of the three teams pushing for the eighth spot have a chance to beat whoever takes the No. 1 seed?
Welcome to the Home Court Sports Talk Show! Thanks for joining us! Dial us up at anytime during the show, as we want to hear from YOU! Listening and call in information is below
1) What do the Milwaukee Bucks need to do to ensure victory against the Chicago Bulls in games 3&4 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center?
2) Fast forwarding to next season, which is first on the priority list: A true Center, or a scoring threat that can create his own shot
3) If the Milwaukee Bucks left Milwaukee, what team would take their place in getting your attention in the fall/winter/spring?
4) Playoff reactoin thus far, Rajon Rondo's "injury", Mike Budenholzer winning Coach of the Year and the firing of Scott Brooks
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will take a look at the possible playoff matchups, in the NBA and NHL. With just a few games to go, the NBA Eastern Conference has six teams battling for three spots. Of these six teams, who will be on the outside looking in? The Western Conference is a two team battle, for the eigth seed. New Orleans and Oklahoma City, both 42-36, are the only teams alive, in this playoff race. Who will pull this off?
The NHL is down to one or two games, depending on your team. The biggest news, is the Pittsburgh Penguins. Dan Bylsma was relieved of his duties, last year, after failing to make a deep run in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This year, new coach Mike Johnston has had to deal with a massive wave of injuries. However, his Penguins are skating on thin ice. They have a one point lead, in the wild card, and if they stumble, could miss the playoffs. Do you think that Mike Johnston is in jeopardy, of losing his job? Listen in or call the show.
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