The Blunder did the unthinkable on Saturday night - they won an NBA game. The Blunder snapped their 14-game losing streak to the toothless Grizzlies, 111-103, and the world now anticipates a spike in celebratory corndog consumption as a result.
Future ex-Blunder Kevin Durant led the way with 30 points and 7 rebounds as OKC ended their futility streak and turned their attention to the next string of losses. Inspired by the $55 Thunder 'excellence' polo he'll likely be getting for Christmas from Clay Bennett, Nick Collion led the lowlights with zero points and one foul in seven listless minutes.
Before a stunned home crowd, OJ Mayo led the Grizzlies embarrassing loss with 30 points and 7 rebounds. Grievance counselors were spotted entering the home locker room immediately after the game to console the anguished Grizzlies. In the Blunder locker room came the sound of champagne corks popping and celebrating until the team was informed they had 64 more games to play.
The Blunder tasted victory for the first time since October 13 and gave Scott Brooks his inaugaral triumph as Blunder head coach/scapegoat. The Blunder turn their sights to the next losing streak and look to become then first team to match their team record losing streak for the third time under Clay Bennett.
No official word yet if this victory launched a spending spree on the $55 'Thunder excellence' polo shirt with the golf insignia on it. Only time will tell.
Next loss: at Charlotte on Wednesday.