Jun 22, 2012 at 07:20PM EDT
It is “to whom.” “Who” is reserved for the subject in a sentence, and “whom” is used for objects. Generally, if you have to say “by” or “to” or “from” (many prepositions) right before it, then it’s probably “whom.”
And I actually didn’t bet against anyone. I just bet in general that the Thunder would win the NBA Championship. I tried to get opspe involved, but “his team” didn’t really have high expectations, so he didn’t commit.
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