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Monday, 5 January 2009

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma City Thunder have the worst record in the NBA. The Thunder(less) have played 34 games and have managed to only win 4.

Team coach Scott Brooks was asked what the problem seems to be and he replied, "My guess is that we just seem to get a whole lot more L's than W's."

Brooks added, "We definitely can't blame it on the weather. someone even told me that the reason we are losing so many games is because by choosing the name Thunder, we have offended the Native-American god of Thunder, Chief Boom Boom Cloud.

Well, personally I'm not one who is much on superstitions or the world of the unnatural, but I am beginning to wonder. I now sleep with my bedroom window completely open so that I do not offend the god of Thunder, the god of Lightning, or the god of Moonlight.

Coach Brooks is in the process of working out a trade that will send his three 7-footers, Steven Hill, Johan Petro, and Robert Swift to the Los Angeles Lakers in return for Kobe Bryant.

Kobe Bryant's next door neighbor, Enrico Chinchilla told a reporter for L.A.'s KZQZ, that he talked to Kobe and that Kobe laughed and told him that he'll agree to the trade when Cuba becomes the 51st state.

In other sports news. Ex-major league baseball player Jose Canseco is working on his next book titled, 'Paris Hilton Says She Likes My Baseballs.'

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