Mike Muscala

Atlanta Hawks #31 - Center

  • Born: 07/01/91
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6'11"
  • Weight: 240
  • Seasons: 2013

Thunder’s Daignault sees opportunity for development as rotation trimmed to 8 twice in last 3 games


Thunder head coach remains optimistic as league-wide problems take a recent toll on the roster

Thunder vs. Lakers: Start time, TV schedule, and game preview


I said brr! It’s cold in here. There must be some Lakers in the atmosphere. Technically the Thunder are playing in Los Angeles where it’s 57 degrees, but man is it chilly (19 degrees) in Oklahoma! O...

Thunder 120, Wolves 118: The Rollercoaster Ride Continues


The Wolves blow yet another fourth quarter lead and the comeback attempt falls short.

An eye-opening outlook of the Miami Heat


Miami’s season is spiraling out of control, is there a light at the end of the tunnel?

Rockets vs. Thunder game preview: it’s like deja vu all over again


The Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder look a little different than they did in last season’s first round playoff series. In fact, the Rockets look a lot different than they did on opening...

Thunder win 102-97 in impressive game against CP3, Phoenix


The Thunder gift their former point guard a loss

A look ahead to Ayton’s next four matchups — can he keep dominating?


Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton has some challenges ahead.

Thunder end losing streak with impressive 125-122 road win over Blazers


The Oklahoma City Thunder came into last night’s road game against the Portland Blazers looking to snap a three-game losing streak. Oklahoma City opened up strong, scoring 34 first-quarter points...

Blazers’ Mighty Effort Against Thunder Can’t Overcome Bad Defense


Portland scored like hotcakes and put multiple players over 20, but it wasn’t sufficient.

The Grizzlies starting five of the future


The Grizzlies can have an eye on the future, while continuing on the playoff track, by making a big change to the fully-healthy starting lineup.

Slow start dooms Thunder in 120-106 loss to Clippers


Oklahoma City could not withstand a cold shooting effort early, falls to championship contending Clips led by Kawhi Leonard and Paul George