The Oklahoma City Thunder are four wins away from making every Sonics fans' nightmare a reality. I should have never turned on the television to watch the final minutes of Wednesday night's game. I should have never vented my anger on Twitter. However, I could not help watching the high quality basketball. Maybe I will just watch the NBA finals and try to avoid all of the championship-clinching games. Go Sonics.
Read more Seattle sports links and news after the jump, along with the best reactions on Twitter after Wednesday night's Thunder and Spurs game.
We've never said anything negative about OKC fans or the players. Our film shows the people who truly ripped the team away from Sonics fans.— Sonicsgate (@Sonicsgate) June 7, 2012
Damn Seattle I feel for y'all.... #dagger— Quincy Pondexter (@QuincyPondexter) June 7, 2012
#Sonics fans, channel what you're feeling tonight into helping get the NBA back to Seattle. sonicsarena.com— Sonics Arena (@sonicsarena) June 7, 2012
- Mariners 8, Angels 6 [box]: In other news, the Mariners took the rubber game of the three game series against the Angels on Wednesday night. Kyle Seager drove in four runs on two hits, he has the second best batting average on the team, second to none other than Michael Saunders! Next game: Thursday, Mariners (26-33) vs. Dodgers (36-21), 7:10 p.m. PT, ROOT Sports
- UW Dawg Pound breaks down the Huskies' cornerback position for next season. ESPN's Kevin Gemmell thinks the Huskies best position is tight end.
- Four star quarterback prospect from Troy Williams out of Harbor City (Calif.) is making his college decision this Friday. The class of 2013 recruit is believed to be choosing between Arizona and Washington.
- Spencer Hawes makes the third All-NBA former Pac-12 team on Pacific Takes.
- The NBA combine begins on Thursday and Friday in Chicago. Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten will be participating.