Found April 29, 2013 on
Kevin Durant risked his body during Game 4 between the Thunder and the Rockets, and he did it for the chicks.
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This game is where Kevin Durant literally played almost every minute (played 47 minutes, 15 seconds), but Oklahoma City survived yet another third quarter meltdown. The Oklahoma City Thunder led by 27 points in the second quarter, but the Rockets had a flurry of points that cut it down to nine, then to six, three [...]
One was surprising, the other not so much
Kevin Durant consoled Serge Ibaka after he missed a layup at the buzzer that would have sent Monday night's game against the Houston Rockets into overtime.
Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder lost their first game of the best-of-seven series against the Rockets 105-103. But Durant was quick to remind Ibaka and his teammates not to fret, because they're heading back home...
Because even when Kevin Durant misses, it goes in. Because Reggie Jackson can make a couple clutch free throws. Because Durant can score 41 if that's what it takes.
That's why the Oklahoma City Thunder don't need Russell Westbrook to beat the Houston Rockets.
Without their all-world point guard, who is out with a knee injury sustained in game two, the Thunder on Saturday...
1 on 4, take the 1
Tonight in Houston, the young Rockets staved off a sweep against the favored Thunder, pushing their series to a Game Five in Oklahoma City. The series has been actually great on the eyes, despite the fact that the Thunder were a half second away from ending this in the minimum (Derek Fisher had a three waved off at the end of the shot clock), mostly because we...
Kevin Durant felt strange playing without injured All-Star Russell Westbrook for the first time in Game 3 against the Houston Rockets.
He did, however, enjoy handling the ball more in the point guard's absence.
Durant's 41 points helped the Thunder to the win on Saturday night. A victory on Monday would complete the four-game sweep and send them to the second round of the...
The Houston Rockets managed to hold off Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder in an elimination game Monday night. There were several plays down the stretch that felt like KD would put the team on his back and closeout the first round playoff series. This fourth quarter dunk by KD on Chandler Parsons certainly looked like it was going to be the moment. With 1:13 left and the...
Just what the Oklahoma City Thunder did not want to happen did last nightâ€¦.did. The Rockets won Game 4 to avoid a sweep. The Rockets edged out the Thunder 105-103. Houstonâ€™s Chandler Parsons stepped up his game with scoring 27 points to help the Rockets play another day.
In the past two games Houston saw their fourth quarter lead slip away to the Thunder which made for heartbreakingâ€...