Thursday, November 13, 2008

Well, that was fun.

Kelly Dwyer goes behind the box score:
"Dwight Howard had 30 points, 19 rebounds, and 10 blocks in this game. Mentioning anything else would be doing you a disservice."
Did we sell out? No. But did we learn a whole lot? Obviously:
"The effort was there, but the intensity wasn’t the first 24 minutes,” said Thunder center Robert Swift. "We picked it up in the second half. But we could have, and should have, played with (Orlando) the full 48 minutes. It’s a learning experience for a young team.”

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's a shame to see the Thunder fans let the ex-Sonics down like this night after night. If they would just be more supportive and fill the seats they would win some games at home.

Apt. 40 said...

No they won't. Support has nothing to do with this. Clay and company have created a festering mess and few of those players want to be there. They have a horrible coach, have been through 2 years(some only one) of trash and drama. And now they are in a town no one wants to be in. Most of them are counting down the days when they will be able to sign somewhere else.

This is destined to be the worst team in te history of the NBA. Worse than Sterling and his Clips...hahaha...

matt said...

apt. 40, it looks like you might have missed the sarcasm in anonymous' comment.

Dave Wakeman's Blog said...

I'm still happily waiting for the next sell out in OKC.

I'm planning my free agent trip there now.