It’s becoming a frustratingly ridiculous trend. The Thunder lose a game, the questions and statements start.
What’s wrong? Whose fault is this? Where are the adjustments? Scott Brooks has got to go. Why is Perk playing? This team can’t win a title. Something has to change.
I get it. Fans being fans. The vocal minority is always heard, because they’re the loudest and grab attention the easiest. There’s a level of investment with fans and emotionally, losing stinks. It’s never fun, it’s never acceptable.
But this consistent sky-is-falling mindset is getting weird to me. Maybe I’m misreading the pulse of the fanbase, but I definitely feel it. From the tweets and emails I get to the calls into radio to the statements made by national writers and analysts, it seems something is there. Keep Reading…