Found May 18, 2012 on
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Ratings hit record levels for the NBA’s Thunder in Oklahoma City Wednesday night. Also included: ESPN’s most-viewed EPL season ever and overnights for Thursday’s Heat/Pacers game. New Ratings Record For OKC Thunder: Game 2 of the Lakers/Thunder second round NBA playoff series drew a 30.3 rating on TNT in Oklahoma City, the highest rating ever for a Thunder telecast in the market. The previous record was set by Game 1 of the series on Monday (27.1). The game also drew [...]
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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...
This guy @BrentMills seems to be an OKC Thunder fan, according to his Twitter wallpaper. Would he trade the Pacers cashing an NBA title-winning ticket over the Thunder winning a championship? Is $2,250 worth it? Shall see. The guy also has $150 on the Thunder at 4/1. Obviously not quite the same payoff.
In NHL news, the L.A. Kings continued to roll in the Western Conference Finals...
That’s the only word that can aptly describe the Lakers loss to Oklahoma City in Game 2.
LA did everything they didn’t do in Game 1, slowing the tempo, forcing Oklahoma City to play half court offense, and forcing Russell Westbrook to shoot under 30% from the field. They also limited OKC to a total of 75 points, after giving up 119 in Game 1. Finally, the Lakers...
Get ready to watch a fan base melt down. From "our boys are bringing it tonight" to Bleep Bleep Bleep. Too funny. With fans like this, who needs enemies. I've never seen fans (except maybe Miami) that complain so much about the officials. They admit on one hand they are getting calls but then complain about every call the Thunder gets. You would think...