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Monday, November 30, 2009

Blunder Losses Mount, Drop Eighth Game

The Blunder continue to pad the loss column as they fell to the short-handed Rockets on Sunday, 100-91. Houston used the adversity of Etan Thomas eye gouging of Luis Scola's to fuel the comeback that put the Blunder in their place - the loss column. After Etan "Bill Romanowki" Thomas's eye-gouge/assault, which knocked Scola out of the game, Aaron Brooks and Chris Landry rallied the Rockets with 21 points a piece to lead Houston, despite having Yao Ming, Tracy McGrady and now Luis Scola out.

Future ex-Blunder Kevin Durant led OKC, as always, with 25 points on 10 for 19 shooting in 45 minutes, while hauling in nine boards. Jeff Green, 0 for 5 from three-point land, and Serge Ibaka led the Blunder with 4 fouls apiece. Kevin Durant had six turnovers, and Toshe Sefaloshi went 2 for 7 from the field and 0 for 3 from three-point range to finish with six points in 38 minutes to lead the low lights.

The Blunder committed 20 turnovers and were a sizzling 1 for 15 from 3-point range.
The Rockets used a 29-14 advantage on the boards, sans Ming, to rally back from a 54-45 halftime deficit.

And speaking of deficits, there was a noticable fan deficit at the Furd Center. The game was announced as another non-sell out. Damn shame that is. Probably time to rebuild the arena (at taxpayer/suckers expense, undoubtedly).


Blunder: 9-8
Next Loss: Wednesday vs. Philadelphia
Tornado watch: Hazerdous Weather Watch in effect

More Corndogs! More Losses! More Blunder!

11 comments:

Thunder Fan said...

Glad to see you guys are still following the Thunder. For a while it looked like you were not following the team anymore.

Anonymous said...

we're not so much fans of the blunder, but i can't help myself, i love doritos. the blunder logo is so tasty and delicious! just like that loss to the rockets! aren't doritos the official chip of corndogs? so many things make sense now.

Kellen said...

Bitter, party of one! Your table is ready!


At least you still have a WNBA team, right?

Anonymous said...

hahahah - I don't know what is funnier - the blunder actually having fans, or the blunder having enemies. they ain't worth either. Bow down to the LAKERS!

Thunder Fan said...

I don't know what is funnier - the blunder actually having fans, or the blunder having enemies. they ain't worth either.




funny that they have so many of both

JAWA said...

"funny that they have so many of both"

Funny that Blunder fans such as yourself keep coming to Seattle-based blogs and forums. I thought the NBA would provide more entertainment in OKC, I guess that's not the case. Then again, the NBA nowadays isn't providing much entertainment in other NBA cities due to its low ratings and waning popularity.

"At least you still have a WNBA team, right?"

That's true. You also forgot the M's, Seahawks, and Sounders, in which the M's had a great season and both the Sounders and Storm made the playoffs. Something the Blunder couldn't do in its first year in OKC.

Anonymous said...

funny that they have so many of both - what's even funnier is that apparently not enough of either to fill the Ford Pinto Center. Sellouts? Nada. Losses? Plenty. Team's long term viability in OKC? Now THAT'S funny.

Anonymous said...

I just masturbated to your emotional distress....best nutt EVAR

Oh, and when you don't post anything about our wins?

That's when I really get off.

To the typical Seattle Emo Haters:
Please do us all a favor, and commit that.

Anonymous said...

"Something the Blunder couldn't do in its first year in OKC."
or, it's last 3 years in Seattle?

JAWA said...

""Something the Blunder couldn't do in its first year in OKC."
or, it's last 3 years in Seattle?"

You do realize that Bennett destroyed the team in order to move it to OKC, right? Not to mention we had a playoff contending team until Wally Walker messed things up like he always does. BTW, how about looking back at all the times the Sonics made the playoffs instead of just the past three years? That way, it doesn't make you sound as ignorant as you already are.

"Team's long term viability in OKC? Now THAT'S funny."

I find that funny too ; ]

Anonymous said...

You can find all about those winning Sonics years here:

http://www.insidehoops.com/teams/sonics-history.shtml