Found May 17, 2012 on Bloguin Best:
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. [follow]
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