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Some thanks from Oklahoma City Thunder

As if it doesn't hurt enough that Seattle lost its Sonics to Oklahoma City, a t-shirt company there has printed up shirts for Thunder fans thanking Seattle for their team. Isn't that nice?

The shirts, created by Oklahoma City-based War Paint Clothing Company, show what appears to be the classic Sonics logo with the city skyline inside a basketball on the front. But instead of the green and yellow with the Space Needle, the logo is blue with the Oklahoma City skyline.

On the back is the message: "Thank you Seattle - Okc"

The company posted the shirts on Twitter. After getting some pushback from Seattle Sonics fans, a some "threats," the company decided to stop selling the shirt late Monday.


Courtesy Warpaint Clothing Company's Twitter feed


Kelley Tubbs lovin his shirt

The Thunder were the Seattle SuperSonics until 2008. That’s when the ownership group that bought the team two years earlier reached a settlement with the City of Seattle to get out of its lease at KeyArena.

Oklahoma elminated the Lakers in the Western Conference semifinals with a 4th win Monday night.

In Oklahoma City, at least 8 people were shot last night following the NBA playoff game. Police say scuffles broke out in the crowd as it walked towards a nearby nightlife area. A group of men apparently opened fire on a group of women who were hassling each other.


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