Lopsided loss to Hornets overshadows Collison's best game
Things have become so bad for Thunder forward Nick Collison over the past three weeks that even his good days are now forgettable.Collison strung together his best performance of the season Friday night with 16 points and 13 rebounds, only to watch the Thunder drop its 10th straight game in a 105-80 blowout to the New Orleans Hornets.
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