Since we're obsessed with the Oklahoma City Thunder here at Just South of North, I'd like to point out a milestone in the young team's history.
The team won its second game of the season last night. Kevin Durant scored 30 points as the Thunder soared over the 4-13 Memphis Grizzlies in a 111-103 game that was probably attended by the player's parents, a guy selling peanuts and Osama Bin Laden (no one would see him there).
That brings the Thunder's record up to 2-16 meaning that Oklahoma City is on pace to win ten games. 10 games.
Good enough to get you to the playoffs in the NFL but not in the 82-game season of the NBA.
As a former Sonics fan, I can't say that I'm disappointed.