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During the Outdoors Kevin Durant Basketball ProCamp in Norman, Oklahoma this week, Durant took on some of his mini campers in a game of 1-on-1. You’d think that a dude who’s nearly seven feet tall and one of the best basketball players in the world would cut some developing ballers some slack, but not a chance. Durant faced up with the campers and shut them down, even going so far as to swat their shots into the next hemisphere. I guess there’s no ‘Off’ switch for some competitors. [Instagram] The post Kevin Durant shows no mercy in 1-on-1 games against tiny campers appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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We've heard Kevin Durant is not nice after Nike's "KD is not nice" campaign earlier this year, but that was only supposed to be on the NBA court, Durant was still nice everywhere else.
Well, that might not be the case anymore after Durant posted a video on his Instagram account Thursday showing him swatting away a couple shots from a young fan in a one-on-one game...
Oklahoma City Thunder: Why Kevin Durant Will Win The 2014 MVP
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
- This is not meant to be an MVP prediction article, more of a forecast of what seems to be a certainty, that Kevin Durant will have a season of pure excellence, because he must for his team to win. This is not the same Thunder team of the past few years, their talent...
Kevin Durant doesn’t care if you’re 6 years old. He’s still not going to let you win.
The Oklahoma City Thunder star played some serious defense against some youngsters at his youth basketball camp, swatting their repeated shot attempts into the 15th row. This must be Durant’s way to practice defending Nate Robinson, whom the Thunder will host in their 10th game this season...
Once a competitor, always a competitor.
That must be the mantra Thunder's Kevin Durant lives by since we all know what he can do on an NBA court against opposing teams, but he obviously carries it when facing little kids.
At a basketball camp, several kids had an opportunity to try to shoot over Durant. Well, things didn't go as the kid campers would have liked to...
Kevin Durant has been working on his defense this offseason, and not a single kid can score on him. At his annual camp, Durant tried to let his campers take him one-on-one. He didn’t show any mercy. Remember, KD is not nice. Except when he gives $1 Million of his own money without any request […]The post View From Loud City: Durant working on Defense appeared first on ThunderObsessed.com.
Former Thunder teammates, James Harden and Kevin Durant, reunited in Los Angeles over the weekend as they attended the celebrity packed Toxic day party at Lure nightclub in Hollywood. Bulls forward, Taj Gibson, was also in attendance.
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Bulls forward, Taj Gibson, was also in attendance
That being said, beware all you little kiddies out there: Dont' try to enter the Thunder baller's lane. If you do, he will block your shot into last century.
Team Jordan on three T…Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Russell Westbrook Why Not? Basketball Camp which gave campers an exclusive opportunity to work on their basketball fundamentals. The camp was sponsored by Team Jordan The camp was held at Jesse Owens Park,Western in SouthCentral, Los Angeles, CA, where Russell grew up playing sports. Amazing...
Tuesday’s Panini rookie photo shoot had plenty of memorable moments including this trick shot from Oklahoma City Thunder forward Steven Adams.
Watch as Steven pulls off a 360-layup off one foot:
Ryan Gomes is returning to the NBA with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Thunder signed the veteran forward Wednesday. Terms weren't disclosed.
Gomes last played in the NBA during the 2011-12 season with the Los Angeles Clippers who then waived him via the amnesty clause. He spent last season playing professionally in Germany.