Hello fellow DT readers out there. I’m hoping you’re reading this in the dry and sheltered confines of your home, office, well pretty much anywhere but inside a car on your smart phone just trying to kill the time as you wait for a road to become unblocked or opened back up.
And since we’ll all probably remember this day as the day the OKC metro single-handedly crushed the rain record for the month of June in what will probably amount to a 10-12 hour time-span, that got me thinking: “I wonder what the fans of the Thunder will take away from this last season and what they consider to be the biggest and most memorable moment from the last year.”
So I’m opening up this little article here to let you join in the conversation and give us all the gift of your brightest and best memory from this pretty historic season.
To kick us off, I’ll jump in first with what can only be referred to as the single most intense, exciting, anxious and awe-inspiring sporting event I’ve ever experienced first hand—aka, Game 3 against the Los Angeles Lakers.
I’m going to try my best to be brief so I’ll start this by saying that you could feel the electricity on the street as you approached the Ford Center. This was it. The first playoff game in Oklahoma City history and somehow you were lucky enough to find yourself with a ticket and an almost comically oversized t-shirt in a sea of blue. Keep Reading…