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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Blunder Bulled Over, Drop Third Straight

Ok, here's the familiar Blunder we know and love - on another losing streak! Chicago reached the .500 mark for the first time this season as they crushed the Blunder in OKC on Wednesday night, 96-86. It was the fourth straight win for the Bulls and the third loss in a row for the Zombie Sonics.

Future ex-Blunder Kevin Durant, led OKC with 28 points and 11 rebounds. Durant and Westbrook combined for 52 points. The rest of the Zombie Sonics combined for a paltry 34 points. Brutal. Five Bulls scored in double figures.

Jeff Green, who finished with 24 points and nine rebounds commented about the Blunder's current losing streak, "It's only a three-game losing streak," Green said. "It ain't like we've lost 11 in a row."

No, but they did lose 14 in a row last season. In celebration of that landmark lowlight, the Blunder opened the 4th quarter with 14 straight missed shots. Yay!

Lowlights: Durant and Westbrook both had four turnovers, Nick "Get Me Outta Here" Collison had two rebounds and zero points in 21 minutes.

There was an announced crowd of 17,562...another non sellout for the team supposedly on the brink of the playoffs. Looks like OKC isn't really into the NBA.

Blunder: 21-24 (losses come first!)
Next loss: Thursday vs Denver.
Hilarious "celeb' sighting: Mark Clayton of the Ravens and Tommie Harris of the Bears, former teammates at Oklahoma, sat courtside and each threw an autographed corndog, er, football into the crowd.

More Corndogs! More Losses! More Blunder!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

where's all the blunder idiots? They ain't here, they ain't at the games...wtf??

JAWA said...

"where's all the blunder idiots? They ain't here, they ain't at the games...wtf??"

Typical [OKC] troll behavior. They only show up when they win but are nowhere to be found when they lose. But yeah, still not selling out!? Which leads me to this...

"Looks like OKC isn't really into the NBA."

Then I guess they won't mind once Bennett has this team up for sale, signaling the end of the NBA in OKC experiment. I wonder if the fine people in OKC will still view him as last year's "Oklahoman of the Year" once he does that.

Anonymous said...

blunder are the next lakers. fell the thunder roll!

Anonymous said...

So uh what about that next loss at Denver, or the lack of posts when the Blunder do win? Just wondering, not trolling.

Anonymous said...

I wonder, is it hard to find stories to post when the THUNDER win?

I mean, you all obviously don't have the decency to say good job to the team you professed to love, that's apparent.

LMAO @ you jealous bitches.

Anonymous said...

I don't think anyone on here has ever claimed to love the Blunder. Where the hell did you get that retarded notion? Ah, must be the fecal dust in your OKC air messing with your little itsy bitsy teensy tiny bwain. OKC - where the NBA goes to die. lololol!

Anonymous said...

If its where it goes to die, then how come its has one of the best game attendance records in the NBA and is the number 8 seed in the Western conference? Thats more than the Sonics could say during their last 2 years. They didn't even sell out a game during their last year!

Anonymous said...

yeah, pretty hard to imagine why they didn't sell out more games the last season; bennett put together the worst team in the history of the franchise, purged all the talent, all ties to former players and the community and it was clear he was moving the team - and you are surprised the games didn't sell out? So, in your brain, those two scenarios are, basically the same. Jesus, did your parents have any children that lived? You cannot be that retarded. Actually, I take that back...you clearly are. Wow. Good luck with the food stamp program.

Anonymous said...

Oh, yeah I forgot to mention, I was born in Washington and yes my siblings did live

Anonymous said...

I do think it's funny that you bust on Thunder Fans for coming here after losses, but you don't post after Wins....

Anonymous said...

Um, I think that's supposed to be the joke, in case you haven't figured it out.