Found April 28, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
Your few days of internet fame are over Rebecca Martinson. You’re off the hook now. It’s OKC Thunder cheerleader Kelsey Williams time now. The school-of-fish-all-changing- direction-at-the-exact-same-time that is life in the internet media age (and the fish bowl of social media era) has moved on. A new plot line of vast insignificance and meaningless has emerged; with tons of people caring about it. I’ll tell you why. A CBS Houston blogger named Claire Crawford called an OKC Thunder cheerleader “too chunky” to be an NBA dance team member. Without provocation, she fired at OKC Thunder cheerleader Kelsey Williams. Obviously any headline with “cheerleader” in it attracts clicks. That’s just the way the world works. “The Rockets looked terrible in Game 1, but some say they weren’t the only bad-looking people on the court,” Crawford wrote. Ouch! Cat fight! Maybe I do actually care about this. While she did admit that Williams was a “pretty blonde,” she wrote Oklahoma City fans had critic
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