Peace, Love and Thunderstanding: Ranking the Roster

With two weeks until training camp is set to start, the Thunder roster is likely set. Following a season that was difficult to watch, both literally and figuratively, fans may have hoped to see wholesale changes. Alas, the guys heading in to training camp are essentially the same guys who executed the 22-50 record of 2020-21.

Of the players that were on the team for the season finale against the Clippers, only Moses Brown, Tony Bradley, Jaylen Hoard, Svi Mykhailiuk and Al Horford have moved on. They have been replaced by five draft picks (Josh Giddey, Tre Mann, Aaron Wiggins, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Vit Krejci) and a trade acquisition that came with a draft pick (Derrick Favors). One could, and probably should, argue that this roster is actually worse.

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TLO Restaurant Review: Chad’s El Sabores Mexican Restaurant

I spent last weekend in Medicine Park with a good friend of mine, as sort of a birthday celebration. While there are a handful of places to eat in the city limits, I was wanting to try the restaurant on the hill a short ways outside of town.

Thankfully, my friend agreed.

It’s called Chad’s El Sabores, 18493 State Highway 49, and despite the surfer dude nomenclature, it serves some of the best Mexican food in the area. When we walked in, we were immediately catered to, almost embarrassingly; my friend told me it’s probably because of the tourist dollars they bring in, and it was hard to disagree with that hypothesis.

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5 reasons John Bennett shouldn’t be welcome in Oklahoma!

Last week, bigoted asshat and Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman John Bennett followed up his recent wackadoo Facebook posts equating vaccine mandates to the Holocaust and displaying a gun along with his limited understanding of the constitution with a plea to Oklahoma citizens:

Do not allow Afghan refugees into Oklahoma.”

Bennett encouraged Oklahomans to call their representatives to tell them to stop the relocation of refugees in the state. Which is ridiculous because…

1. Oklahomans are lucky to get a generic “out of office” reply anytime they call their representatives, if any response at all, and…

2. Recent history has proven that refugees have only bettered Oklahoma!

Anyway, since John Bennett doesn’t think refugees should be welcome in Oklahoma, we don’t think he should either. Here are 5 reasons why…

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