NBA Tickets – Picking the Western Conference

updated October 24, 2013by October 24, 2013

Here are our picks for NBA tickets in the Western Conference. These are the three teams we think have the best chance to make their mark in the conference. As always we expect to be wrong in some cases as injury and circumstance overcome strength on paper. But, if you’re picking out your NBA tickets […]

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Spurs at Thunder Tickets – OKC Thunder on the Horizon of an NBA Finals

updated June 5, 2012by June 5, 2012

    The Oklahoma City Thunder are on the verge of knocking off the San Antonio Spurs for the right to play for an NBA Championship. This is a surprise for those of us, and there were plenty of us, who took one look at San Antonio’s 20-game winning streak and pronounced them unbeatable. But […]

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Thunder Rolls on Spurs and Things are getting Interesting Here

updated June 3, 2012by June 3, 2012

    I’m kinda sorta starting to believe in this Oklahoma City Thunder team. A couple of weeks ago I would have said that the San Antonio Spurs were going to just walk over any team that got in their way, all the way to the NBA Finals where they’d just walk all over whoever […]

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Spurs vs Thunder – OKC Makes It a Series

updated May 31, 2012by May 31, 2012

    OK, now we’ve got a Western Conference Finals going on. I have to admit I was a little worried that the San Antonio Spurs were going to just run away with this thing and head into the NBA Finals on a total roll. But the Oklahoma City Thunder got it together last night […]

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Who can Stop the Dynamic Duo? – Miami Heat and Boston Celtics

updated July 26, 2015by May 30, 2012

    The Big 3 of the Miami Heat, Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, were split apart by an injury to Bosh during the series with the Indiana Pacers.  Unfortunately for the Boston Celtics, that hasn’t stopped the dominance of Lebron James and Dwyane Wade. Since Game 4 of the Indiana-Miami series, Dwyane […]

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