2020 OKC Thunder Alternate Universe Calendars Now On Sale

It’s hard to believe, but the 2019-2020 Thunder season gets started in just a couple of weeks.

As we know, this year’s team, goals and expectations have changed significantly since we last saw the boys in blue sulk off the court in Portland. Paul George is in LA, Russell Westbrook is in Houston, and Jim Traber is desperately searching for new people to criticize on a daily basis on his radio show.

For those fans, like me, who were kind of ready for a refresh / rebuild, that’s okay. I get to care about the draft again, which is new. I also don’t have to worry about my spring being ruined by a good but not great team reach their ceiling in the first round of the playoffs.

For other fans, especially those who form deep emotional attachments to players and love them like first-born children, this season may be tough. Sure, it will be nice to see CP3 in an Oklahoma City jersey again, and the new squad may be surprisingly decent, but images of Russell Westbrook dunking and Paul George hurting his shoulder will be tough to shake.

Fortunately, the Thunder has released a 2020 Alternate Universe Calendar for those fans who are having a difficult time moving on:

According to the Ogle Mole who sent us this photograph, the calendars are on sale at the Barnes and Noble on Memorial. I’d hurry up and snatch yours up before Sam Presti sends a squadron of Stormchasers to confiscate and burn all copies. Not only will it help you remember the old times, but it will also be a valuable collectors copy.

In the meantime, we wish the real 2020 Thunder the best of luck this season. They’ll need it.

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8 Responses


  1. Thunder up!


  2. I quit using Thunder calendars when they did away with the Thunder Girl calendars last year.


  3. I feel really sorry for them. Let’s give them $117 million in new MAPS4 money to make it hurt a little less. Then the corporate season ticket holders, who get to take the cost of those tickets off on their taxes, will get to enjoy an even better arena off someone else’s dime.


    1. Let’s don’t forget to build a soccer stadium for the Energy with up to $79 million dollars. Since the smaller stadium isn’t selling out and tickets can be had for $4, I’m sure a new stadium pack them in. We also do this, or the team will leave, or that is what the owner is threatening if the stadium proposal isn’t put on the MAPS wish list.

      As far as the calendars disappearing, that isn’t going to happen, or the Thunder doesn’t get any money unless those calendars are sold to the public. It is also more evidence that the trade of Westbrook and Paul was not something planned prior to the deadline for the calendar.

      The Thunder website still shows Lesley McCaslin as the sideline reporter on the website, even after her tearful goodbye before the season ended in April. Presti and the boys are on autopilot, not sure of much of anything, and hoping everything will somehow manage to work itself out and the Thunder will again be in the playoffs.

      Maybe the plan is oil will hit $200 a barrel and natural gas will go into double digits and Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry will buy a few superstar players and all will be right again in the OKC. Anyone who believes this thinks there will be another energy boom that the industry and state won’t blow is out of their cotton-picking mind. I know Russell Westbrook doesn’t like the cotton picking term, but since he is gone perhaps it is acceptable to use again, except of course for Thunder announcers.


  4. Can Prez Boren be a Thunder Girl, that would be real entertanment and be a awesome diversity statement by OKC. Thunder. Get Ur Done.


    1. Honey, you are just fixated by Boren. You having troubling dreams, sweetie?


  5. Id forgotten about the od Ogle, which Istumbled on while looking for my Grampaw Roy Milo Mclintock, who it turns out found a couple of facts about here. He apparently shared ownership of the Oklahoman, for awhile with this Gaylord dude. I remember my Mom and my aunt, née McClintock. I remember as a kid a couple of times sitting up in the old House, 933 NE 11th late into the night talking about this person,whom they didnt seem to think too much of, named Gaylord…


  6. Id forgotten about the old Ogle, which I stumbled on while looking for my Grampaw Roy Milo Mclintock, who it turns out found a couple of facts about here. He apparently shared ownership of the Oklahoman, for awhile with this Gaylord dude. I remember my Mom and my aunt, née McClintock. I remember as a kid a couple of times sitting up in the old House, 933 NE 11th late into the night talking about this person,whom they didnt seem to think too much of, named Gaylord…

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