Skip to comments.8 Hurt in Oklahoma City Shooting After NBA Playoff
Posted on 05/22/2012 6:46:38 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Authorities say eight people are hurt after shots rang out in Oklahoma City as thousands of people left the NBA playoff game between the Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers.
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Di-vers-it-tie! Are di-vers-it-tie is are strenff!
I’ll bet it was Mormon NBA fans.
Sons of Obama as far as the eye can see?
I’ll take a big, fat pass.
This never would have happened when the Thunder were the Supersonics.
‘Cuz Seattle never would have made it to the finals.
I hope none of the Kardasian sisters were injured...
The possibility isn’t reduced:
The shooting erupted when a group of women “ran up” on a group of men and exchanged words, Nelson said.
maybe they were wearing THANK YOU SEATTLE t-shirts (from another thread)
Liz Warren says she’s an Okie down to her toes. Who does she cheer for if finals are Boston vs Okla City?
She would really be conflicted in the possibility of a Cleveland-Atlanta World Series.
Whoa! Oklahoma has an NBA team? Who knew? Seriously, I didn’t know that.
The Amish were rioting in Thunder Alley. No word from the local press as to the identities of the peeps.
You have to have some kind of entertainment between football season and spring football.
Preview to up coming results of GZ trial, no matter outcome!
ha, well they got em from somewhere else
>>Formerly the Seattle SuperSonics, the team relocated in 2008 after a dispute between owner Clay Bennett and lawmakers in Seattle, Washington.
Ramsey Clark = Eric Holder (for those too young to remember, read about Ramsey Clark at Wikipedia)
The antics of pro athletes and so-called “fans” become more and more disgusting. All we need is to import the British soccer hooligan mentality to complete the loop.
Hopefully there were no WWW people in the vicinity (Walking While White) needing to defend themselves.
I didn’t know either. I lost interest in the NBA long ago. I must be getting old because I remember when these guys actually had class on and off the court. Walt Frazier, Willis Reed, Earl the Pearl Monroe, Dollar Bill Bradley(well, before he was a NJ senator) etc. Those were the days.