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After scoring 2 of his game-high 33 points in the Thunder’s 117-86 win over the Rockets and while being guarded by former teammate James Harden, Kevin Durant turned to Houston’s bench and exclaimed “He can’t stop me!”
According to the Houston Chronicle:
Isolated on his old friend James Harden, Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant had one thing in mind.
He shook himself free, nailed his jumper and then turned to the Rockets’ coaches to announce, “He can’t stop me!”
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Back on Sunday, the Oklahoma City Thunder cruised to an easy victory over the Houston Rockets and during play, Thunder star Kevin Durant let the Rockets know that one of his former teammates couldn’t stop him.
Thanks to the fine folks over at the Houston Chronicle for detailing this verbal note that Durant fired at the Rockets bench:
Isolated on his old friend James Harden, Oklahoma...
Kevin Durant may have been inspired to bring out the best of himself by the presence of former teammate James Harden on Sunday.
Durant double-doubled with 33 points, 13 rebounds and five assists as the Oklahoma City Thunder smacked the life out the Rockets 117-86.
Let’s watch Durant go to work.
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For those of you trying to find a New Year’s Eve party to attend in Houston, Texas, I think we here at That NBA Lottery Pick have found one for you.
Yesterday, Houston Rockets guard James Harden posted an image to his Instagram account of a New Year’s Eve party that he was hosting:
Hopefully, tickets are still available!
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Looking for the slam dunk of Sunday night’s NBA games? Then, you came to the right place!
It came courtesy of Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant in the second quarter against the Houston Rockets and watch as KD soars for the one-handed jam that he throws down on former teammate James Harden:
Durant image courtesy of Getty Images
Kevin Durant had something special for his former teammate James Harden during a recent Thunder-Rockets matchup and no, it was not a bro-hug or a token of his appreciation for the time he spent with him in OKC.
Instead, it was a one-handed dunk which left Harden looking silly.
Check out the carnage left by KD on Harden.
Kevin Durant soared past James Harden for the emphatic dunk during the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Rockets.
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James Harden was wise to slide to the side instead of getting the full facial effect on this Kevin Durant smash. Durant may not have the brute force LeBron James displays in his poster dunks, but Durant’s are equally as spectacular.
The Thunder made easy work of a Houston Rockets team playing their fourth game is five days, and Durant took full...
Perry Jones III hadn’t been in the game 90 seconds.
But Kevin Durant didn’t like what he was seeing.
And so the Thunder star called over his second-year teammate, pulling him off the lane during a free-throw attempt despite OKC owning a 15-point lead.
“Wake your (blankety blank) up,” Durant barked at Jones near the scorer’s table.
No one needed to give Durant a wake...
Kevin Durant has been playing with an edge lately and his teammates are starting to notice. Kendrick Perkins and other Oklahoma City Thunder players have noticed an increased edge in Durant.
Durant had words with Dwight Howard and Francisco Garcia during last nights blowout win over the Rockets and barked at teammates whenever he felt the need to.
Perkins told the Oklahoman, he...
The Houston Rockets will head to Oklahoma City tonight to take on Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder for the first time this season. Houston who is on a three game winning streak, and 21-11 on the season, will look to keep their streak alive against the 24-5 Thunder who are tied with the […]The post Rockets head to OKC to take on Thunder appeared first on The League News.
The Houston Rockets' three-game win streak has coincided with James Harden's return from a brief absence. He'll try to keep the Rockets heading in the right direction as he faces his short-handed former club.
The Oklahoma City Thunder managed to win their first game without star point guard Russell Westbrook but will likely have a more difficult challenge Sunday night...
he Portland Trail Blazers came from behind tonight in improbable fashion yet again, notching a 98-94 road victory against arch-rival Oklahoma City on a night when Kevin Durant scored 37 but couldn't pull his team through.
The first quarter of this game was dominated by Durant. He scored 16 points, leading the Thunder to 57% shooting overall in the period. Oklahoma City kept...
The Oklahoma City Thunder and Portland Trail Blazers rang in the new year with a match-up featuring the two best teams in the Western Conference.
They both showed why they are the best of the best out West as the Blazers defeated the Thunder 98-94.
MVP candidate Kevin Durant continued to shoulder the scoring load with point guard Russell Westbrook on the shelf with a knee injury...
Dwight Howard had 24 points and 17 rebounds, and James Harden scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter in the Houston Rockets' 107-98 comeback victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday night.
Chandler Parson added 19 points and seven rebounds, and Terrence Jones had 17 points and eight rebounds to help Houston win its third straight game and snap New Orleans...
As the new year approaches, let’s take a look at the top 10 NBA crossovers of 2013 (calendar year). The post Top 10 NBA Crossovers of 2013 appeared first on Basketball Bicker.