Found May 17, 2012 on
Congratulations Oklahoma City Thunder fans! Your team came from behind in Game 2 versus the Lakers last night to take a commanding 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semi finals as the series now shifts to L.A.
So what better way to bask in the Thunder's stellar play than to crank up the volume and play the rap anthem "Blue and Orange" (h/t That NBA Lottery Pick) by fellow crazed Thunder fans, the Lost Boys.
This anthem, set to some groovy electronic music, is sure to get stuck in your mind all day and you will definitely catch yourself humming this tune at random points of your day.
So get ready to sing "I rep that blue and orange" over and over again and checkout the video below.
BEST OF MAXIM
While it wasn’t the same impact James Harden returned favor to Metta World Peace by elbowing him in the face. Of course we all remember the vicious elbow to the jaw World Peace gave to Harden, just before the regular season ended. For that World Peace was suspended for 7 games, with many of those coming in the playoffs.
Now the Lakers and the Thunder are in the...
OKLAHOMA CITY Thunder forward Kevin Durant had been over-passing all night, frustratingly so, giving the ball up on much easier shots than this obstacle course that lay ahead of him now.
So pass seemed like a good guess.
Instead, KD drove. He drove without fear of what if, without doubt of himself, without the burden of previous failures which do exist. It ended with him floating...
STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION
A memorandum of understanding has been announced in Seattle that could lead the way to a new arena being built for prospective NBA and NHL franchises.
"Wait, am I the elbower or the elbowee?"
By now, we should be over the fact that in a moment of testosterone- and adrenaline-fueled celebration, a professional athlete was careless and violently elbowed another player in the head. But since that athlete is Metta World Peace, AKA Ron Artest, we’ll never be over it, because WHEN IS HE GOING TO DO IT AGAIN???
Alas, we also...
The stars are going to be stars in the Thunder-Lakers series. Oklahoma City fields All-Stars in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, while Los Angeles suits up Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum.
The difference in the Western Conference semifinals could end up being the ancillary pieces. The rotation for Thunder coach Scott Brooks is legitimately 10 deep and he doesn't mind...
Something very weird is happening with this Oklahoma City Thunder team that destroyed the defending champion Dallas Mavericks and moved on to the NBA Western Conference Semifinals. Out of nowhere, this team located in out-of-the-way Oklahoma has become the darling franchise for pornstars such as Bibi Jones & Jesse Jane.
Why this convergence of porn & four-year-old franchise...
Even though Kevin Durant was the Oklahoma City Thunder player who finished second in the NBA MVP voting, it was Russell Westbrook who really crushed the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals. So the Lakers came back in Game 2 Wednesday night with a new plan against Westbrook: No more Kobe Bryant trying to stay in front of Westbrook and fight solo through...
James Harden gave Metta World Peace a taste of his own medicine Wednesday night when he inadvertently caught World Peace in the face with his elbow.
The stars are going to be stars in the Thunder-Lakers series. Oklahoma City fields All-Stars in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, while Los Angeles suits up Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum. The difference in the Western Conference semifinals could end up being the ancillary pieces. The rotation for Thunder coach Scott Brooks is legitimately 10 deep and he doesn't...
If the Lakers had any hope at this series it dissapeared last night with this shot. Maybe if Mike Brown wasn’t the Coach then I would have some faith that Kobe could go all Kobe, but until The Black Mamba officially becomes the player-coach – the Lakers are going to find themselves going through stretches like they did in the end of the 4th quarter.
Can anyone explain to me...
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Los Angeles Lakers gave everything they had, and it still wasn't enough. The Oklahoma City Thunder outlasted the Lakers 77-75 in a hard-fought, defensive battle in Game 2 on Wednesday night inside Chesapeake Energy Arena. Kevin Durant hit a baseline runner for the go-ahead bucket with 18.6 seconds to go, then made a foul shot with 0.3 seconds remaining...