Found June 07, 2012 on Legend of Cecilio Guante:

Way to go, Oklahoma City. I love watching this team and can’t wait to do some more of it. Congrats to Scotty Brooks, Darantula and the entire Thunder franchise for showing how it’s done. One more hill to climb.

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