PODCAST: S2 E6: Brady Goes Solo…and the Thunder Crushed Milwaukee

The Oklahoma City Thunder might have devoured Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks but that did not stop our own Brady Trantham for busting his tail over to his computer, propping open some Audacity and recording a podcast on it.

THE DEDICATION to do so on Halloween just shows how much this man loves the Thunder.

On this edition of the Peake & Roll podcast, Brady dives into a handful of topics in a short 26-minute clip.

OKC crushes Bucks

While everyone was focused on Giannis Antetokounmpo and his monstrous start to the season, the Thunder jumped out by double digits in the first quarter, never looking back. It started with the defense of Andre Roberson. The defensive specialist out of Colorado locked down one of the MVP candidates this season. Antetokounmpo finished with 28 points but had four turnovers and was negative-11 while on the court.

Dre tells Milwaukee to Buck off

Oklahoma City needed Dre and he showed up. He popped off by nailing free throws and draining a three. This man rocked out about it. So, when he’s doing this, the Thunder are going to roll. Roberson fought off airball chants, nailing back-to-back free throws and then rattled in a contested three-pointer. Roberson finished with nine points and was plus-4 on the court. Oklahoma City really saw the money Roberson earned tonight.

Adams-Russ 2-man game

When these two are on the floor, their pick-n-roll is nearly unstoppable. While the Milwaukee Bucks dressed as pretenders, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s costume appeared to look as a team that found some really impressive things out as the Thunder thumped the Milwaukee Bucks 110-91 on Halloween night.

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