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Scandal! That “Thunder Fan” Who Hit The Halfcourt Shot At Last Night’s Game Isn’t Such A Thunder Fan After All
If you watched SportsCenter this morning, perhaps you caught a moment at halftime of the Thunder-Lakers game last night, when a high school teacher in the Oklahoma City suburb of Del City named Heath Kufahl hit a halfcourt shot and won $20,000. Great moment… until you learn the dark secret behind it all.
Didn’t watch sports on television last night? Or, really, you didn’t watch basketball? Tuesdays are a bad TV night, show-wise, so we don’t really get it. But everyone has their reasons, so here’s what went down while you were doing whatever it is that you do.
The Thunder just beat the Clippers 108-104 in a possible preview of the Western Conference finals, withstanding a furious Clipper rally to hold on at the end… but what everyone really wants to talk about is Serge Ibaka hitting Blake Griffin square in a painful area. Watch the play after the jump.
Another Friday night, another quality NBA double-header on ESPN. This Friday night brought us Miami-Memphis and Oklahoma City-Denver and neither matchup would disappoint as both games were decided in the final seconds. Who was the hero? Who was the goat? Which players with headbands hit big shots? You have to read on to find out.
Friday night featured a solid NBA doubleheader on ESPN. While you were out handling your business, the Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Portland Trailblazers traveled south to take on the Los Angeles Lakers.
James Harden played what might have been the best game of his career last night, torching the Thunder for 46 points in a 122-119 win over his former team. One play, though, stood out from the rest – Harden’s shot to end the third quarter. It was from halfcourt, but it was much more than a lucky heave. After the jump, we attempt to properly celebrate the shot.
Let’s All Just Be Thankful As Basketball Fans That We Live In A World With LeBron James And Kevin Durant
The Heat beat the Thunder 110-100 in Oklahoma City last night. That’s the immediate fact. Taking a longer view, though: this game featured LeBron James and Kevin Durant at their best, and that’s something die-hard basketball fans ought to bask in. After the jump, we help you do just that.
That right there in the red circle, that’s LeBron James holding a wad of cash. Athletes holding wads of cash isn’t anything new. Still, it begs the question: why? What need is there for a wad of cash after dismantling the Thunder in Oklahoma City? That place is boring, remember? Was it a gift from a thankful fan? Was he buying some LeBron James heroin?