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Tonight’s NBA draft lottery will supply great suspense for Oklahoma: Will the Thunder land Blake Griffin? Here are the eight most suspenseful moments in state sports history, away from the playing field: →1. Nov. 22, 1998: OU regents vote 4-2, on live television, to fire football coach John Blake. →2. May 5, 1984: With the whole state, including coach Billy Tubbs, holding its breath, Wayman Tisdale announced that he would return to OU for his junior season. →3. July 2, 2008: On the day a Seattle judge was to rule on whether the Sonic owners could break their KeyArena lease, the sides settled on an agreement that sent the NBA team to Oklahoma City. →4. Feb. 12, 1982: Two days after national signing day, at a press conference in Philadelphia, Miss., Marcus Dupree ends months of speculation by announcing he will sign with OU over Southern Mississippi. →5. June 17, 1997: The National Hockey League announced it would expand to Atlanta; Nashville; St. Paul, Minn.; and Columbus, Ohio, leaving Oklahoma City and Houston out of the running among the six finalist cities. →6. Dec. 10, 2000: Florida State’s Chris Weinke beats OU’s Josh Heupel in one of the closest votes in Heisman Trophy history. →7. Dec. 14, 1993: Oklahoma City voters passed, with a 54 percent majority, the MAPS tax that funded a new downtown arena and a new downtown baseball park. →8. Feb. 15, 2006: Five days after crashing a car, OSU basketball coach Eddie Sutton addressed the media via speakerphone, admitting he had resumed drinking but did not comment on his coaching future. By Berry Tramel