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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Spur's Rookie Dominates OKC, Blunder Lose Again!

It's beginning to sound like a broken record around here; Blunder lose again! Weird!

Rookie DeJaun Blair's career high 28 points and 21 rebounds led the Spurs past the the struggling Zombie Sonics on Wednesday night, 109-108. The Blunder, unable to lose in regulation, dragged the game into overtime before conceding defeat.

Blair, the All-American center from Pitt who was passed over in the draft because of concerns about his knees, showed teams that passed on him in the draft what he could do. The Spurs selected him 37 overall. The Blunder, foolishly, passed on him and now will live to regret it. Much like they must regret moving to Tornado Alley where they cannot sell out games, even against elite teams like San Antonio. Damn shame that is.

Future ex-Blunder Kevin Durant had 35 points on 14-31 shooting in 47 minutes.

And now, the lowlights:
The Blunder trailed by as many as 19 in the first half and scored a season-low 18points in the first quarter. Only four Blunder managed to score in double figures. Nonads Krystac went 0-2 in nine minutes for zero points and one foul. Durant had seven turnovers and Toshe Sefalosha had five fouls in 38 minutes.

Blunder: 21-17, tied for third place.
Next loss: Friday at Dallas.
Weather Alert: A magnitude 3.3 earthquake shook Jones, Oklahoma. Panicked residents were calmed when it was revealed the trembler was merely Clay Bennett's corndogs settling in his stomach.

More corndongs! More losses! More blunder!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

this blog is wrong. blunder are 21-18 after fridays nights blundering loss! lol!

acompleteunknown said...

I think the Blunder have achieved retarded brother status. It's like the rest of the league feels sorry for them. I feel sorry for them. They have to live in Oklahoma. Can't wait for Westbrook to come to the Clippers.

Anonymous said...

so, you're saying OKC is like a box of chocolates...?

Anonymous said...

Nice try on the spin, but even you know coming back from 19 down to lose by 1 in overtime is pretty impressive.They just matched their record for the ENTIRE year with a win against the Hawks on the road monday.

What sad, pathetic losers you all must be to say a team 5 games over .500 in competition for the playoffs only 2 years after escaping the indifference of Seattle fans is anything other than an amazing story.

but hey, you're in seattle. I would probably want to kill myself too if I lived in there.

Go Sounders!

Anonymous said...

Did you want to do a story on their dominance of the Heat on Saturday?

Anonymous said...

babababababababababababablunder!

Anonymous said...

Question: Who is the only team from the western conference to beat the Hawks at home?

Answer: OKC THUNDER!

More sounders, more rain, no NBA!

Poor seattle.

JAWA said...

"More sounders, more rain, no NBA!

Poor seattle."

Nah, we're doing fine. At least we still have teams that are still part of leagues that are doing way better than the Blunder's NBA. And yeah, Go Sounders indeed!

"
What sad, pathetic losers you all must be to say a team 5 games over .500 in competition for the playoffs only 2 years after escaping the indifference of Seattle fans is anything other than an amazing story."

Says the OKC troll on a Seattle-based blog. I wonder if they boy genius realizes that relocating the team has no effect on the Blunder's current success. Of course, it also helps when the owner actually tries to be successful, something he didn't do while here in Seattle. BTW, thought about how Bennett will be able to pay Durant and others in such a tiny market as OKC?

"but hey, you're in seattle. I would probably want to kill myself too if I lived in there. "

Right, and people are just wanting to live in a place like OKC LOL. Ignorance is bliss, and as it turns out, so does idiocy.

Anonymous said...

escaping seattle fans indifference. Wow, that is pure comedy right there. spun right from the comic pages of the okcnewsrag. both are about as accurate as the WMD theory. But hey, it's OKC - it's OKC to be living in oblivion!