Found June 23, 2012 on The NBA Passionista:
  The OKC Thunder knew they were losing in Game 5, but that didn’t mean they were going down without tact and class as head coach Scott Brooks reiterated in the team huddle in the 4th quarter. Win like a champion, lose like a champion.
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