Colin: OKC fans will treat KD like Cleveland fans treated LeBron
COLIN: "See, this is what I think it's going to be like for KD, because I think there's real parallels with KD and LeBron.
"Both chose to leave. Both, the perception is, they left the harder route and they took the easier route. Both the stories played out in the media. Both left with unfinished business. And these are not cities, Cleveland and Oklahoma City, known for attracting star players, so the sense is, 'We'll never get another guy like that.'
"So I think Cleveland and Oklahoma City, smaller markets, losing their savior — I think it's going to get ugly [Saturday] night."
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Colin: People should celebrate the good in life
COLIN: "I don't necessarily get it. I never understood burning LeBron's jersey. I don't understand a guy that gave you great joy in Oklahoma City being booed ferociously for three-and-a-half hours. To me, I struggle being angry with people who gave me happiness.
"You know, my ex-wife: I got two great kids. If you gave me great times in my life, I don't have any venom toward you. We can have disagreements. You can make me upset. Situationally, I'm moving on; situationally, you're moving on.
"But if you were great to me, and you gave me great years, I can't hate you. I don't have it in me. Maybe there's some protective mechanism in my life from my childhood, but if you were good to me at any point, I don't care if you're happy somewhere else. You made me happy."
Kristine: Thunder fans don't really hate KD
Kristine Leahy spoke up in support of OKC fans:
KRISTINE: "Well realistically, I think most of the people in that building will feel the same way you do. Deep down, they don't care, but once you walk into the building, you become a real fan, and you see Kevin Durant, you hear everybody else booing, so you just kind of join in it. I don't think in their heart, they really hate him."
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Colin: Thunder fans are NBA's "trust fund kids"
COLIN: "Do you think Oklahoma City has any idea how lucky they are? They're the trust fund kids of the NBA.
"They inherited KD and Westbrook. They didn't earn it. Oklahoma City didn't earn anything. They stole it from Seattle, kind of a scam. A guy buys [the team] and says, 'We're going to keep it in Seattle,' takes it from Seattle. Seattle drafted KD and Westbrook.
"So you have been there eight years. You've made the playoffs six years. You have had, as a fan in Oklahoma City, Harden, Westbrook, and Durant. Three of the top five players in the league. You're the trust fund kids of the league.
"You've never had hardships. You've never had a terrible team. You've never had a bad decade. You've never had a crappy roster."
Colin: OKC fans don't know how much they really love their team
After Kristine stuck up for Thunder fans once more, Colin went for the jugular.
COLIN: "Everybody feels like OKC is such a great, great NBA city. You can't judge that. They've never been bad.
"Buffalo loves the Bills. They've been crap for 30 years. That's a fan base. Green Bay before Brett Favre was pretty awful for 20 years. The Raiders went into the tank, just came out of the abyss.
"Oklahoma City? That's like saying, honestly, 'Oh my god, I love my wife.' 'How long you been together?' 'Well, we went on a honeymoon. We dated for six months, then we went on a honeymoon to Hawaii.' ...
"Seriously, I don't want to hear about how great your marriage is. I want you to have two kids, nine fights, have a separation, go into bankruptcy, then you'll tell me how great your marriage is."
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Colin: Thunder fans are the "luckiest" in the world
COLIN: "These Oklahoma City fans are the luckiest fans in the world. Go ask people who love the Bills and the Packers. ... 'Hey, everybody, did you hear? Their fans wear T-shirts.' ... The Warriors do it every night. The Indiana Pacers do it every night. I want to see OKC have a bankruptcy, four kids, two different fights, a brief separation, a leak in their roof ... we'll see how great your marriage is then."