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Sports Radio 610 Posts Blog Wondering If OKC Cheerleader Is Too Fat, Deletes It Later

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The world of sports radio can be pretty puerile. The Web sites for stations are often even worse because they provide visual evidence of the kind of juvenile jokes commonly found among male sports fans. The clowning is generally limited to middle-school snickering about homosexuality, lists related to the amount of one's manliness, pictures of scantily clad chicks and random dudebro foolishness. It's mostly harmless.

But yesterday, SportRadio610.com took it to another level, as they like to say in sports. In a blog posted on the Web site, it was "reported" that word on the streets in OKC seemed to indicate some fans considered Thunder dancer Kelsey S. to be a little too chunky. The post was written by Claire Crawford, which a source has told us is the pen name for long-time Chron.com and KILT contributor Anna-Megan Raley.

The Web site blogher.com ran a post about it and pulled the content from the story, which was yanked by the station. Additionally, the Twitter feed for Crawford has disappeared. Blogher posted text pulled from the story:

The Rockets looked terrible in Game 1, but some say they weren't the only bad-looking people on the court.

We're not trying to be ugly. We are just discussing what men like in women, specifically NBA cheerleaders.

This pretty blonde has been criticized by some folks in OKC for having "pudginess" around her waistline. But if she's comfortable wearing that tiny outfit and dancing for NBA fans, then good for her....

Besides...not every man likes women to be toothpick skinny. In fact, I'd say most men prefer a little extra meat on her bones. Am I right?

What do you think? Is this chick "too chunky" to be a cheerleader?

Either way, I wish she had a little more up on top, if you know what I mean...

Oh, we get it, you want her to be skinny but have huge tits! HA HA! That's hilarious. Oh, and you know what the funniest part is? The dancer in question is not remotely chubby. HA HA!

A poll ran with the post asking for readers to vote for either "She has the perfect look to be an NBA cheerleader," "She could use some tightening up in her midsection" or "She has no business wearing that outfit in front of people" Classy.

It's fine to be immature and silly on sites like these. On the whole, no one cares. But this goes too far. Clearly, 610 thought so as well, albeit after the item had been posted and up long enough to garner some pretty negative comments. Perhaps they need to exercise better judgment next time. And if this was indeed written by Raley, it's clearly girl-on-girl action...and not the good kind. GET IT?

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