Author - Chuck Chaney

Reggie Jackson jersey to be #15

The Thunder introduced Reggie Jackson at the Thunder basketball camp at the OKC Boy’s and Girls’ Club. A shy, timid Jackson answered questions for the Oklahoma City media, mentioning how Kevin Durant was his favorite player throughout college. Talked about how respect for what Scott Brooks has done for the Thunder organization. Read More

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Who is Reggie Jackson?

Everyone had the same question, who is Reggie Jackson? Reggie Jackson was a beast in the ACC. He was third in scoring in 18.2 PPG, third in assists 4.5 APG, and just sixth in three point shooting at 42.0%.

Jackson is a point guard from Colorado Springs, CO. However, he was born in Italy. Also, was selected as the Colorado Player of the Year by numerous outlets in Colorado. After committing to Boston College, Jackson was selected as All-ACC 1st team selection his junior year and was honorable mention All-American. Read More

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Daily Links, Welcome Reggie Jackson June 24, 2011

Reggie Jackson ecstatic about coming to OKC “Well obviously I’m ecstatic, I’ve been drafted in the first round by a great organization and I feel truly blessed,” Jackson said. “I’m pretty excited about going to a team that can win a championship for many years.

Coach Brooks holds clinic back home Read More

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Daily Links, The Eric Maynor Edition – June 23, 2011

Rumor around the League is Eric Maynor offered for trade up in the Draft Is Thunder point guard Eric Maynor worth a lottery pick? Sources say the Thunder have been quietly gauging interest in Maynor during the past few days in an attempt to move up into the top half of the first round. They’ve spoken to the Kings (No. 7) and Bobcats (No. 9) in particular in the past few days.

Kevin Pelton of Basketball Prospectus fixes the Thunder Statistical Weakness: Forcing turnovers (19th in the NBA)

Weakest Position: Backup SF Read More

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Daily Links – June 22, 2011

Um, yep. This is James Harden, and indeed you should fear the beard. Even in the Drew League

Nick Filipas goes over his awards High scoring machine Kevin Durant with his sidekick in Russell Westbrook, going against….the Memphis Grizzlies? The 8th seed? Yeah it was new and unexpected but that’s why you have to love the NBA playoffs. Read More

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Daily Links – June 21, 2011

There is a local artist who has a hit “My Thunder” based off our basketball team. 12’s latest release is titled “Wheels Up” with single, “My Thunder” leading the way.  He claims that this single is self-explanatory, “hence the Oklahoma City Thunder”, states 12.  This single is a perfect introduction of ‘Oklahoma hip-hop’ as ‘every town USA’ carries their own signature dialect of this form of music.

NBA cancels Las Vegas Summer League Read More

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Daily Links – June 20, 2011

Cole Aldrich gives advice to the Twins “Stay positive,” Aldrich said after his appearance at the Rock Chalk Roundball Classic last week in Lawrence. “They’re maybe going to spend a little time in the D-League, depending on how long the season is.

Darnell Mayberry thinks the Thundrer can find a sleeper in the the draft Each of the past 10 drafts has yielded players in that range who have become valuable role players, elite scorers and even All-Stars. Read More

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Daily Links – June 17, 2011

Mike Sherman discusses where OKC would hold a Championship parade Someday a parade across Sheridan on the way to Bricktown, the canal and the Oklahoma River will be swell. But if the Thunder would have somehow beaten the Mavericks and then the Heat this year, that wasn’t going to happen. Sheridan is all torn up. Read More

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Daily Links – June 16, 2011

KUSports.com votes Nick Collison as the Player of the Decade Collison, who averaged 14.8 points and grabbed 8.0 rebounds in 142 career games at KU, received 471 of 1,177 votes (40 percent) during KUSports.com’s two-day voting period.

ESPN the Magazine voted the Oklahoma City Thunder as the 6th best sports franchise. In those areas that they graded on, the Thunder ranked 12th in “Bang For The Buck,” fourth in “Fan Relations,” 23rd in “Ownership,” third in “Affordability,” 62nd in “Stadium Experience,” fourth in “Players,” 27th in “Coaching” and 43rd in “Title Track.” Read More

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Daily Links – June 15, 2011

The Sports Jury reviews the season and then looks foward 5) The Oklahoma City Thunder. Kevin Durant hasn’t snuck up on anyone’s radar, but he keeps maturing and developing his game, and along with his sidekick Russell Westbrook, the Thunder have made lasting impressions on the NBA. The Thunder are among the NBA’s youngest teams, and have progressed one round further in the postseason each of the last two years. If James Harden develops into another consistent perimeter scorer, the Thunder will have a crack at achieving postseason accolades for years to come.

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