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Here is Kevin Durant signing an autograph for a fan while pumping gas at a local station in OKC. We all know everybody wants the Thunder vs Heat in the finals but this might be jumping the gun.-TO
Kevin Durant and Mother Celebrate Finals Berth
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook Play Dress
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With the Oklahoma City Thunder appearing in their first ever NBA Finals. Everything is going right for Kevin Durant. To add to all the good things coming up for NBA superstar, the trailer for his new family friendly movie called Thunderstruck was recently released. Instead of the old body-switching model, he (playing himself) faces difficulty because of a talent-transfer which...
This is the trailer to Kevin Durant’s movie, Thunderstruck, which is to be released this summer — August 24th is the specific date — and watch in all of its epic terribleness. To be fair, it’s meant for the Disney-esque audience, and call me crazy, but I’d watch it. H/T NewsOK
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The Finals start Tuesday between the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder. We all know Lebron will go back to being the scared Lebron and Levin Durant will prove why he should have been named NBA MVP.-TO
Kevin Durant Gives Autograph During Gas Stop
LeBron Boogies Down with Diddy and Shaq
As we are now in Day Two of the four day LeBron-A-Thon, brought to you by ESPN and no one but... I thought I'd actually break this down into actual basketball, rather than The Great One Vs. The Great One. Because, um, there are eight other players on the floor. Sometimes nine and even ten. And they will decide things, actually, because this is basketball and not a steel cage...
The NBA couldn't have asked for a better scenario than to have the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat meet up in the NBA Finals. Kevin Durant versus LeBron James and OKC's big three versus Miami's big three are the matchups that everyone will be dying to watch. And there's no denying that how Durant and James play each other will be a big factor in deciding...
Here is a photo of the front page from the Tri-City Herald in Kennewick, Washington. It seems that they are extremely excited about the Oklahoma City Thunder winning the Western Conference. Yeah, I think it is safe to say they are still smarting over the SuperSonics leaving town after Kevin Durant’s rookie season. Blame Starbucks. H/T [...]
Oklahoma City trailed by 18 points... at home... in a closeout game... against a seasoned, veteran, championship team in San Antonio.
It was both masterful and stunning. The Spurs looked invincible, playing free and loose for the first time since Game Two. The Thunder looked wide-eyed and overwhelmed by the moment and the pressure to finish with an amped up crowd at home.
Despite what many Celtics fans are probably thinking, the NBA season continues on to the Finals, where the Miami Heat will meet the Oklahoma City Thunder. Oklahoma City is looking to match Miami's vaunted "Big Three" with a wildly talented trio of its own in two-time defending scoring champ Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Sixth Man of the Year James Harden. The...
If the Oklahoma City Thunder are to have a chance in the NBA Finals, theyll need to slow down LeBron James.
If the Miami Heat hope to have a shot, theyll have to try to contain Kevin Durant.
Best wishes to them, too.
If the Heats Dwyane Wade or Thunders Russell Westbrook go nuts well, were not really telling you anything you dont know.
What makes these Finals so interesting...
Even after losing in the NBA Finals, the Oklahoma City Thunder returned home to a heroes' welcome.
Thousands of fans gathered in an impromptu celebration in a grass field near Will Rogers World Airport on Friday, cheering as players took turns at the microphone thanking them for their support.
''I don't think any other NBA team has the support that we have, and...
At the risk of stating the obvious: Teams can't win an NBAchampionship without great players.
Perhaps this isnt as obvious as it sounds. But its important, because itinforms the way people evaluate the Houston Rockets and their general manager,Daryl Morey.
A popular narrative in these NBA Finals is that there is the plucky, organiclittle Midwestern (and vaguely collegiate)...