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    John Rohde comes to Tyler Media after 26 1/2 years with The Oklahoman, during which he served as a columnist and beat writer. Voted Oklahoma Sportswriter of the Year five times, Rohde has covered OU football and basketball, the Oklahoma City Thunder, OKC/New Orleans Hornets, Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, the Final Four, Masters and PGA Tour.

 

Mr. Durant goes to Washington

     The Thunder’s charter flight to Washington D.C. was scheduled to depart OKC at 2 p.m. on Monday. There’s no telling who or what will be awaiting Kevin Durant when the team lands roughly 2½ hours later. Read more...

In the NBA, there's no place like road

     The NBA season is just one week old and already road teams are nine games over .500 with a 34-25 record. Read more...

Thunder's worst enemy is itself

     Way too many turnovers. Read more...

Thunder stats will rank among NBA elite

Below are the projected statistical category leaders for the OKC Thunder in the 2015-16 season. Read more...

Franchise 2015-16 NBA projections

Here are projections for the 2015-16 NBA season, which begins tonight with a triple-header. Read more...

Once again, Enes Kanter re-visits his haunted past

     Thunder reserve center Enes Kanter is only 23 years old, so perhaps no one ever warned him about burning bridges when it comes to old relationships. Read more...

Rohde on Sports 10/14/2015

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Double-trouble for Bob Stoops

     Bob Stoops is the winningest football coach in Oklahoma history with 172 victories in 17-plus seasons. As infrequently as Stoops loses, he has long had a nasty habit of losing as a double-digit favorite. Read more...

Mack Brown is missed in OU-Texas rivalry

     Oklahoma had Mack Brown as a football coach long before the University of Texas ever did. Read more...

Barry Switzer was right about KSU's Bill Snyder

     If anyone still needs validation of Bill Snyder’s coaching prowess -- and, Lord, why would they? -- all they need to know is he’s an active member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Read more...
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