I am a huge Colts fan, so I’m obviously in a lousy mood today. But I sure am happy for good guy Darren Sproles! (Not really, but the last thing I need is lunatic K-Staters e-mailing me.) Despite my disappointment, I (well, the Eagle, but why quibble) am still going to give out tickets to the Thunder game on Tuesday night against Arizona. The winner gets eight tickets (the regular four, plus coupons for four more as part of the team’s buy-one, get-one promotion). There are rules and regulations below you’ll want to memorize, and I’ll add one more: If you like Darren Sproles, if you’ve been to the San Diego zoo, or if you’ve ever worn anything powder blue in your life, you’re not eligible to win. Sorry. My tickets, my rules. Not that I’m bitter.
Here we go. First one to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the correct answer to the following question gets the tickets.
Question: Jason Duda has been named team MVP three times (and perhaps headed for No. 4 this season). Travis Clayton was team MVP twice (and headed for no more). Who was the last forward other than Duda or Clayton to be named Thunder MVP?
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Prize: Four tickets to the Thunder game on Saturday night. First person to e-mail email@example.com with the correct answer is the winner.
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