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OKLAHOMA CITY Kevin Durant is moving.
OK, take it easy. He's staying in Oklahoma City, but his 5,545 square-foot house in Northwest Oklahoma City is for sale. He's asking 1.95 million, in case you're interested in the two-lot home with guest house, pool area, five bedrooms and four bathrooms. All this is according to realtor.com.
The Oklahoman reported Durant purchased a pair of condos in mid-town Oklahoma City, about five minutes away from the arena where the Thunder plays. He paid 1.769 million for the two and has plans to combine them to make a 7,400-square-foot place.
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Very nice suburban style home.
Realtor.com has the details.
The Thunder superstar has listed his estate in the suburbs of northwest Oklahoma City. Durant purchased the residence in 2011 for $1.799 million and now looks to bank roughly $250,000 on the property if he gets his current asking price of $1.95 million.
Located in Gaillardia’s exclusive and gated Club Villa neighborhood...
After hearing the news that Russell Westbrook would be out for the first 4-6 weeks of the season after having surgery today to remove swelling from his knee many fans immediately thought the worst. Losing a guy that averaged 23.2 PPG. and 7.4 APG. last year is a big loss but it’s not the end […]The post What to Expect With Westbrook’s Absence appeared first on ThunderObsessed.com.
Russell Westbrook‘s torn meniscus was initially expected to be healed in time for the Thunder point guard to start the season. It now appears that is no longer the case, and the culprit appears to be poor surgical procedure.
Westbrook will miss 8-10 weeks total — or about 4-6 weeks of the regular season — after swelling was discovered in his right knee. The swelling required...
Just when the Oklahoma City Thunder put last years playoff memories behind them, they were notified recently that Russell Westbrook won’t be back at the start of the season.
Today, the Thunder announced that Westbrook will need another 4-6 weeks off from the start of the 2013-14 regular season before he can come back after another surgery to repair his meniscus.
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The Oklahoma City Thunder announced yesterday that point guard Russell Westbrook will miss the first four to six weeks of the regular season after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery to alleviate swelling in his right knee.The operation showed that Westbrook’s injured meniscus had healed properly. While that’s good news, the procedure was required to clear up the swelling the...
Grant Jerrett will sign a deal and start the season with the Tulsa 66ers, the Oklahoma City Thunder's NBA D-League affiliate.
The move will allow the Thunder to keep the rights of their second round pick in this year's NBA draft.
Jerrett was not at the Thunder's media day or the team's early practices.
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook had arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday to alleviate swelling in his right knee and won’t return until roughly mid-December. Suffering a slight tear in his right meniscus, the 24-year-old Westbrook first underwent the knife on April 27 to repair the damaged joint. After losing the dynamic three-time All-NBA Second Team selection, the...
Ken Berger is reporting that Russell Westbrook will miss the first four to six weeks of the season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his knee.
Russell Westbrook had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee today, the Thunder announce.
— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) October 1, 2013
Reports say the surgically repaired knee is fine, but Westbrook’s knee swelled up after a stitch...
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Tuesday.
Westbrook tore the meniscus in his right knee in the NBA playoffs last season.
“Russell has been incredible in his work and rehabilitation. He has been pain-free and has performed at a high level during practice, but has experienced recent swelling that had not...
OKC has not had a break since all-star point guard Russell Westbrook had a knee injury last season. And now, the news just got worse for OKC. The Thunder announced Tuesday that All-Star guard Russell Westbrook has undergone a second surgery on his right knee that will cause him to miss training camp, the preseason and ...The post Russell Westbrook Out 4-6 Weeks From Surgery appeared...
Russell Westbrook tore the meniscus in his right knee in the NBA playoffs last year. He was feeling swelling in his knee due to a loose stitch from the previous surgery and needed to have surgery on the knee again on Tuesday. Thunder GM Sam Presti said, “Russell has been incredible in his work and […]
Russell Westbrook underwent arthroscopic surgery on his surgically repaired right knee to reduce swelling and will miss the first 4-6 weeks of the regular season the Thunder announced on Tuesday.
The post Russell Westbrook To Miss 4-6 Weeks Of Season After Arthroscopic Surgery On Knee appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
There’s a little known curse in the NBA. It involves the few players who are so good so quickly that they manage to lead their team to the NBA Finals before their 28th birthday. Over the past 20 years, six players aged 27 or younger have been the undisputed best player on a team that loses in the Finals. Those six players were Shaquille O’Neal, Gary Payton, Allen Iverson, LeBron...
Oklahoma City point guard Russell Westbrook will miss the first 4-6 weeks of the Thunder's 2013-14 season after having another surgery on his knee.
An innocuous tweet set the basketball Twittersphere on fire as two of the league's best perimeter players went at it over something us fans are usually left to argue over.
It all started when Kevin Durant noted that Sports Illustrated had left James Harden off of its list of the top-10 players. Durant went a step further and said the magazine should take Dwyane Wade out to...