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Wasn't all that long ago that Thunder fans were down in the dumps about this series. Not anymore. The Peake was rocking for Game 4, and so was the Thunder.
by Jenni Carlson Published: June 2, 2012


We knew Thunder games were a big deal.

But a post-wedding destination?

Chris Pape and Stephanie Sadler got married on Saturday, but Saturday night, the Thunder season ticket holders were inside The Peake for Game 4. Chris was still in his tux, Stephanie still in her wedding gown.

They made an appearance on the Kiss Cam and got a huge round of applause.

Congrats to the newlyweds.


What the Twittersphere had to say during Game 4:

@NotBillWalton: Lil Wayne said he didn't “feel wanted” at the OKC arena and wasn't planning to return. I wish he felt unwanted by rap music, too.

@stephenasmith: It is bananas down here in OKC — my first time in this place. And SA's suddenly looking old isn't gonna quiet these folks down one bit.

@Corkit: The sun is shining, but I feel a Thunder storm brewing. #thunderup

@IvanCarterCSN: It's like the Thunder is beating the Spurs at own game. Passing, spacing and cutting has been beautiful

@NBATV (manned by guest host Baron Davis): @sergeibaka9 is balling right now. He will be an All-Star next year. For sure.

@ESPNSteinLine: Tim Duncan is making some un-Ducan-esque choices/finishes in the paint.

@NotBillWalton: Serge Ibaka is doing things I once heard were possible from a Peruvian oracle I met while hiking the Salkantay Trek of Machu Picchu!


Highlights from the live chat at during Game 4:

8:12 p.m.: ThunderSonics: You know, I just can't get that first game off of my mind. But I'm trying. We so should have gotten that one.

9:19 p.m.: Harden's Beard: It's not like the Spurs were gonna wilt and go away.

9:31 p.m.: JD: Let's wrap this W up.

9:34 p.m.: Brandon: Ibaka is MVP of the game right now.

9:45 p.m.: KD taking over!

9:48 p.m.: George Gervin-ish performance from KD tonight.

by Jenni Carlson
Jenni Carlson, a sports columnist at The Oklahoman since 1999, came by her love of sports honestly. She grew up in a sports-loving family in Kansas. Her dad coached baseball and did color commentary on the radio for the high school football...
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