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Byline: Anthony L. Cuaycong
The Thunder were still in a somber mood the day after they played their last match of the 2012 National Basketball Association Playoffs. The finals that they worked extremely hard to get to began with promise, but the growth they exhibited in Game One proved to be short-lived, and in their ensuing swoon, they showed their frailties far more than their strengths. And for all their missteps, the prevailing sentiment was that of disappointment; they felt they had the wherewithal to claim the ultimate prize in pro hoops, only to be upended by their worst enemies: themselves.
Given the Thunder's disposition, therefore, the sight that greeted …