Behind seldom-used Marco Belinelli’s 22 points, Golden State avenged the loss of their mascot to the OKCBlunder, by thrashing them soundly Saturday night in Oakland, 122-102. The Blunder shot 38% from the field in the convincing defeat to keep their perfect preseason record intact at 0-3. The Warriors thoroughly dominated in avenging OKC’s selfish absconding of the Warriors beloved mascot 'Thunder'. On the road, with their best player suspended for 30 games and sans mascot, they overcame crushing adversity to bitchslap the Blunder. Still wearing their Knicks tribute uniforms, OKC were led by soon-to-be ex-Blunder Kevin Durant’s 16 points and 14 rebounds.
Next loss; Monday at Houston.
The top-ranked Oklahoma Sooners were humbled in the Red River War as Texas used a 25-7 run to knock off the Sooners in Dallas, 45-35. LSU fumbled for the first time in 612 rushes and is pummeled by Florida, 51-21 in the Swamp. Missouri tumbles from the ranks of unbeatens, falling to OK State 28-23.
Blunder co-owner and Chesapeake Energy CEO, Aubrey McLendon, purportedly dumped more than 33 million shares of Chesapeake stock after shares tumbled to close at $16.52 on Friday, slightly off from its 52 week high of $74. Chesapeake stock sank so low the company is cashless and could not meet it's margin calls on Wall Street. It's currently classified as a 'don't buy' by analysts. Blunder tickets also will soon be classified as 'don't buy' when it's clear to fans that the team that Bennett decimated so he could move them to OKC, is never going to be competitive under his bumbling regime. With losses mounting and Durant counting his days, tickets to this disaster are an unwise investment. The only way the Blunder could lure superstar talent to Tornado Alley is to overpay them. Now, that's not even an option. You don't need a market analyst to understand that...especially in a recession. Another Blunder Bumble.