OKC Thunder inspires musical scores

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Thunder fever is building again in Oklahoma.

There are all sorts of ways to cheer on the team.

For one Oklahoma City man, it's all about what he can put into a song.

Whether gigging at restaurants and clubs or posting on youtube, Randy Montgomery has music on the mind and his latest subject is hot. 

He's written at least nine songs about the OKC Thunder; most recently a song for the match-up with James Harden and Metta World Peace and the elbow that came between them.

Then a song written during Monday’s game as the score began to tell the tale.

"I wrote, ‘World Peace, can you say blow out’ after it,"  Montgomery said.

Randy's got pages and pages of song and plans to write a new one for every Playoff game.

"Now we've got Derek Fisher, he knows all their tricks. He played for them in ’96,” Montgomery sang.

As long as the Thunder keeps scoring and playing, Randy will keep playing his musical scores.

"I want to see the Thunder go as far as they can and play well,” he said. "They have no fear, Grant, Westbrook are here." 

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