Trending: Spurs-Thunder, Kings-Devils

Spurs-Thunder or Kings-Devils. Clickers across the nation earned their keep Wednesday night. With Oklahoma City’s victory over San Antonio, the Thunder won the West and dominated across Twitter:

OKC’s Serge Ibaka is going to the NBA Finals and has the hat to prove it:

Nazr Mohammed continues to work the countdown:

Memphis’ Tony Allen was bittersweet congratulating a former teammate:

While the reaction from Seattle simply bitter:

The Spurs showed plenty of class after their defeat:

At Los Angeles, the Kings had to put their Stanley Cup celebration plans on ice after losing to New Jersey. These two lucky devils had reason to celebrate their team’s 3-1 victory:

Earlier in the day, things got out of hand when this Los Angeles morning TV reporter and Kings fan decided to “punish” Devils’ mascot:

Speaking of ghoulish teams, once a Demon Deacon, always a Demon Decaon:

Today’s entry in “What I did on my offseason vacation – NFL edition:”

Miami offensive lineman Richie Incognito was anything but after this hunting trip:


• The real-life “good job, good effort” kid is 9-year-old Jack Meyer of Coral Gables, Fla. Meyer was heard encouraging the Heat after their Game 5 loss to Boston the “good job, good effort” video went viral. "For those people who thought I was being sarcastic, you're wrong," Meyer said. (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)

• Chargers cornerback Quentin Jammer continues to downsize and re-focus following a tumultuous 2011 season, which included a contentious divorce, selling a Rancho Santa Fe home for $1.2 million, and had two other properties on the market. (San Diego Union-Tribune)

• Japanese Para-Athlete, Maya Nakanishi, a track star who lost her leg when she was struck by a steel beam, is selling a nude calendar to help fund her participation in the 2012 Paralympics in London. She’s “beautiful and brave and inspiring (“beautibriring”).” (Buzzfeed)

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