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OKC Thunder has the whitest fan base ever

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Random observation. There is not one person in the bleachers in Chesapeake Energy Arena that isn't white. And they are all wearing the same blue shirts. It's like The Stepford Fanbase.

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Yeah they actually gave out those blue shirts at the door. And only let in white folk.

Promotional thing...

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One of the prerequisites for entering the arena is "Must have texted in a vote for American Idol contestant".

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It's Oklahoma.......

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Yeah I was going to say.......Have you ever been to Oklahoma?....I went when I was 13 and didn't see a black person until we got into Texas.

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come on...must be a couple Mexicans there?

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All of the Boston teams have hella white fan base, too. Having been there a couple of times, I can't say that I ever saw a black person within a 50 mile radius of the place.

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That's why I like the Panthers. We have a nice diverse mix.

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come on...must be a couple Mexicans there?

And a few Cherokee.

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