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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Latest Buzz: N.O. K.O.'s O.K.C.!

The Blunder suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the Hornets of New Orleans on Wednesday, 97-92. The team that was once the show in OKC, returned for another ritual beat down of the Blunder. It was the Hornet's 10th straight win against the Zombie Sonics, their fourth in a row overall, pushing over .500 for the first time this season at 17-16.

Future ex-Blunder Kevin Durant led the way with 27 points in 39 minutes. He fell short of 30 points for the second straight game after going a franchise record seven straight games scoring 30 or more. Kid's a stud. If, like me, you believe KD moves in free agency, it'll be a dagger in the Blunder fans hearts as the face of the franchise leaves. Unfortunately, such is life in modern sports. Loyalty is a memory.

Lowlights: Collison went 0-for-2 in 18 minutes for zero points. He did have a personal foul. I heard it was a good one. Sefalosha went 1-for-5 in 25 minutes. Jeff Green led the team with four fouls in 41 minutes and Durant had four quality turnovers.

The Blunder certainly have improved over last season's debacle. Of course, improving on a 23 win season is almost a certainty. It's nice to see the players improving

Announced 'attendance' was 17,836. Even with the bloated numbers, it was another announced non-sellout in OKC. Surprising that OKC didn't rally for their beloved Hornets appearance. Then again, like McLendon said, "we'll be happy just to break even".

Blunder: 19-16, tied with Utah for third.
Next loss: Indiana on Saturday the 9th.
Current weather trauma: WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

blunder in western conference finals and they take the lakers to seven games in the hugest upset ever.

Anonymous said...

you're retarded, dude. Of course, if your OKC, the playoffs may be the only chance they get to be seen on tv. Wha, Wha, WHAMMY!

Anonymous said...

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=jackson/100108&sportCat=nba

Anonymous said...

Nice call on the Pacers loss.

Did you happen to catch the game tonight as well?

And you know the best thing about a Thunder win?

Seeing you unable to post anything.

Pathetic. But what I've come to expect of you.

Thunder 6 games above .500. Suck it.

Anonymous said...

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/sports_blog/2010/01/ted-green-pete-carroll-will-lose-credibility-if-he-goes-to-seattle.html

Anonymous said...

two constants you can always count on from blunder fans; small brains and big mouths.

Oh, let me tell you story 'bout a man named Jed....

Billies!

Anonymous said...

Those billies still have your team.

Anonymous said...

Wow. losing at home to the spurs, who play without duncan, and in a half empty arena. awesome. can't wait to see some real basketball....when the NCAA tournament starts.

Anonymous said...

The arena didn’t look half empty from the highlights. It’s good that you still follow your former team though. It’s a shame that a bunch of “billies” from Oklahoma took the team away from you. It’s scary to think what will happen when a billionaire from LA makes a move to relocate the Seahawks to his city.

Anonymous said...

pretty sure a billionaire already owns the seahawks. Name's Paul Allen. Co-founder of a little place called microsoft. With the investment he just made in pete carroll, it's not likely he's looking to sell anytime soon. Nice try, Jethro. Stay in school and learn something, or grab a newspaper sometime...besides the monster-trucks-for-sale section.

Anonymous said...

Jawa?

Anonymous said...

It’s funny, even when people who are not from Oklahoma post a comment, you think they think. It’s like you all are obsessed with the area or something. Also, didn’t the owner of Starbucks once own a team? Just saying Allen might want to sell it someday too. LA Seahawks has a good ring to it. You never know with Carroll’s connection to the area.

Anonymous said...

Ha, how about Oklahoma Seahawks!

Go Lakers!!!

Anonymous said...

It’s funny, even when people who are not from Oklahoma post a comment, you think they think.

WTF does that even mean? Seriously, read a book or something. 'billies = ignunt.

Anonymous said...

He think he meant to say "you think they are"

Anonymous said...

Seahawks will never move to LA - NFL needs the Seattle market. Look for the Jags to move there and possibly the Bills or saints. LA will have an AFC and NFC team by 2015. that's the NFL's grand design. We'll see. funny enough, LA fans don't really care much about the NFL. So many locals are from outside of LA and the true locals really only care about USC & UCLA.

Anonymous said...

"And you know the best thing about a Thunder win?

Seeing you unable to post anything.

Pathetic. But what I've come to expect of you."

I don't know what's sadder. The fact that the fans in OKC still aren't selling out games at the Ford Center or the fact you guys keep coming here instead of a Blunder forum. You guys just can't stay away now, can't ya? But then again, you guys are trolls, so I come to expect the major inferiority complexes and idiocy of you guys whenever you post on Seattle-based blogs and forums.

"Thunder 6 games above .500. Suck it."

Sonics have a championship. Blunder don't and never will. Shove it.

Anonymous said...

Um, Blunder have sold out about 9 or 10 games this season. How many did the Sonics sellout in their last season? Oh right, none.

Anonymous said...

uh huh. sure they have. riiiiight.