Found December 25, 2012 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
With 6 seconds remaining in Christmas Day’s Heat-Thunder Finals rematch in Miami, Russell Westbrook launched a potential game-tying 3. Knocked down on the play, Westbrook though for sure he would receive a foul call, but that wasn’t the case. In fact, there was only ONE replay shown. He didn’t respond well to the no-call, slamming the nearby scorer’s table:
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For every moment of greatness Russell Westbrook has with the Oklahoma City Thunder, he has another that frustrates the heck out of his teammates and the fans. When Westbrook is under control and not trying to force the issue, he is one of the best point guards in the NBA. On Christmas Day against the Miami Heat, he was not that guy.
Westbrook scored 21 points, but he was only 5-for...
Kendrick Perkins believes the Thunder have to get over themselves one by one and re-commit to the team.
If you don’t know anything about Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant outside of the NBA, you should know he is from Washington D.C. Durant, like most fans from Washington, hates the Dallas Cowboys. Durant is a big Redskins fan and often takes to twitter to express his love for his team and gives RGIII … Continue reading »
Kevin Durant and the Thunder know the importance of needing "everybody to be involved."
Serge Ibaka has already blocked 81 shots this season, which, as you might expect, happens to be more than anyone else in the league. Not even Air Congo can stuff ‘em all, though. Take this LeBron James putback, for instance…
When you think about it, the degree of difficulty involved here is pretty impressive. To time a one-handed putback and throw it down with such force...
Failing to measure up in their much-anticipated NBA Finals rematch, the Oklahoma City Thunder have gone back to the drawing board.
The Dallas Mavericks are also looking to refocus now that their star forward has returned to the lineup.
The Thunder will try to stop their first losing streak of the season and win their 11th straight at home on Thursday night when they take on the...
While fans across the country are looking forward to this rematch of last season's NBA Finals, LeBron James and Kevin Durant downplayed its significance.
Both are simply focused on leading their respective team to victory.
There figures to be plenty of fireworks Christmas Day as the defending champion Miami Heat and NBA-leading Oklahoma City Thunder square off in South Beach...
At a time when dressing sharp has become an important part of the game, it’s no surprise that athletes snagged four spots on GQ magazine’s “The 25 Most Stylish Men of 2012″ list. Three of those four sportsmen come from the NBA, cementing its status as the most style-conscious sports league. Fashion has become an added element of competition for NBA players. Off-court endeavors...