Found June 13, 2012 on Guyism:
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Cameras zoom in on Riley, Mourning

Mitch Kupchak knows all about having to sit in the midst of the Oklahoma City crowd. It was obviously a painful experience for him. And from the look on Pat Riley’s and Alonzo Mourning’s faces, it was just as painful for them as well. Luckily for us, ABC cameras were able to give us an in depth look into just how much Riley and Mourning was suffering. And just for good...

Pat Riley and Alonzo Mourning seemed extremely uncomfortable in the all Thunder crowd (Video)

The atmosphere at Oklahoma City Thunder games is considered the best in the NBA (even if Chris Bosh is unimpressed), so you can imagine how uncomfortable things were for Heat executives Pat Riley and Alonzo Mourning, who were sitting in the middle of the OKC crowd during the Thunder’s Game 1 comeback in the NBA Finals on Tuesday night. Just look at Riley’s cross-armed reaction...

NBA Finals Game 1 Summed Up in One Amazing Screen Grab

The Heat jumped out to the early lead last night in Game 1 of the 2012 NBA Finals, but the Thunder had the last laugh, outscoring the Heat by 18 in the second half to surge to a 105-94 Game 1 victory. I could spend a thousand words telling you about the game, or I could just present the picture below, of Heat legend Alonzo Mourning and team president Pat Riley, which says a thousand...
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