Nazr Mohammed #8 and Kevin Durant #35 of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Metta World Peace #15 of the Los Angeles Lakers wait for a rebound during the Game One of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Oklahoma City Thunder during the 2012 NBA Playoffs on May 14, 2012 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Copyright 2012 NBAE (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – That score is so delicious that I can’t even stop saying it, typing it, tweeting it, texting it and Facebooking it. Hell, at this point I’ll even fax it out!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I hate the Lakers…absolutely hate them.

To see the outright stomp-job that the Oklahoma City Thunder did to the Los Angeles Lakers last night delights me to no end. Fueled behind Russell Westbrook’s 27 points and nine assists and Kevin Durant’s 25 points, the Thunder were up by as many as 35 by the end of the third quarter.

This is brilliant poetic justice for the overall outcome of the game when you consider the fact that just last week Ron Artest took a verbal shot at Thunder guard James Harden by saying, “I only fist-bump the starting five. I don’t fist-bump subs.”

Ron, that “sub” ended up beating the 12 points you put up for your team by putting up 17 on the night.

To cap off my glee over the outcome of the game was Kobe Bryant’s typical snotty reaction–this time–displayed at the post-game press conference.

When a reporter alluded to the lack of defense the Lakers displayed during the game and asked Kobe if this Thunder team “can be guarded,” his little bedazzled Lakers panties got into a bunch as he sarcastically snapped back with “No!” before getting up and leaving.

OKC is legit. Thunder in 5, I say.

Eat that, “Lake Show.”

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