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Usually Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is use to dunking on people, while last night he got dunked on. Doing the damage was Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague. In the Hawks win over the Thunder Teague drove right down the lane and threw down a monster jam over Durant.
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Jeff Teague got nasty during the second quarter of the Atlanta Hawks and Oklahoma City Thunder game on Sunday night. Teague got a clear opening to the hoop, drove to the basket, and took off to dunk directly over Kevin Durant. The dunk was vicious and Teague did not apologize to KD as far as we know.
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The season isn’t even a week old but Hawks guard Jeff Teague is already making an impression. First there was this dunk against the Rockets, it didn’t count but wow. And Sunday, it continues with Teague taking off on Kevin Durant; And the Hawks got the W too. 104-95 source
Tweet Saturday night, Atlanta Hawks point guard Jeff Teague was robbed of a highlight when he was called for a charge after smashing on Houston Rockets forward Marcus Morris. Sunday night Teague was looking for redemption, and made All-Star Kevin Durant his victim with a vicious one-handed hammer: Teague is making an early bid for [...]
A couple of days ago, Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague nearly posterized Houston Rockets forward Marcus Morris but was called for an offensive foul.However, Teague last night against the Oklahoma City Thunder decided to find a better player to poster.Watch as he throws it down on Kevin Durant:
Only a few days removed from finding himself in the path of an angry Jeff Teague, Kevin Durant — last season’s playoff poster champ — is on the board! While most of us were busy tracking the presidential election on Tuesday night, Durant was hard at work in Oklahoma City, where he aimed to bring his Thunder back to .500. In doing so, KD issued a formal NBA welcome to Raptors...
While most of you were probably keeping tabs on the United States presidential race, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Kevin Durant was busy dunking on people.
Check out this poster that he put on Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas:
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We at Cosby Sweaters are still searching for a good term to replace “posterize,” and for this gem we have chosen to go with baptismal. Kevin Durant took absolutely no mercy on election night when he dunked all over rookie Jonas Valanciunas. The Thunder dominated the Toronto Raptors 108-88 and there is no word if Jonas will return to the NBA following that embarrassment.
The last dunk we showed you on here was a posterizing slam from the Hawks' Jeff Teague over Thunder superstar Kevin Durant. And on Tuesday night against the Raptors, Durant was on the other end of such a play, as he usually is.
Watch Durant dunk all over Toronto rookie seven-footer Jonas Valanciunas in a 108-88 Oklahoma City victory:
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OKLAHOMA CITY Sometimes a home loss against an inferior team can be the kind of jump-start a team needs to get going again.
And sometimes Toronto comes to town.
Both happened for Oklahoma City.
After losing to Atlanta on Sunday in a listless, surprising and error-filled game by the Thunder, slump-busting Raptors showed up at Chesapeake Energy Arena and made it a game right up...
In Tuesday night hoops action, the OKC Thunder faced off against the Toronto Raptors. The Thunder made slight work of the Raptors knocking them off 108-88. But Kevin Durant wanted to remind fans that while his jumper is wet, he can still get up over guys and make them poster fodder. Welcome to the [...]
Hawks fans would probably be more at ease watching Jeff Teague jump off a 20-foot ladder into a shallow pool of water than watching Josh Smith catch a pass anywhere outside of 12 feet from the rim. Considering Smith only knocked down 28 of 109 3-point attempts (25.7 percent) last season, there is a reason [...]