Found April 26, 2013 on More Than Stats:
The Oklahoma City Thunder prevailed in a thriller Wednesday night against the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of the first round of NBA Playoffs basketball. Post-game OKC Thunder superstar Kevin Durant addressed the media wearing a ritzy $1,010 Balmain Frayed Seamed Short Sleeve Hoodie. Are short-sleeve hoodie’s the new trend, I’m constantly seeing them in various brands latest collections. Would you wear it??

Kevin Durant Yells “This Is My City” After Taking Charge vs Rockets (Video)

Earlier in Game 3 of the Houston Rockets – Oklahoma City Thunder Western Conference quarterfinals Saturday night, Kevin Durant took a charge on Chandler Parsons and yelled out “This is my city.”  At that point of the game, he had more points (20) than the entire Houston Rockets team (19).  H/T Daily Thunder The post Kevin Durant Yells “This Is My City” After Taking Charge...

Thunder prove they can still win without Westbrook

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...

Kevin Durant throws down monster dunk on Omer Asik

After star guard Russell Westbrook was lost for the rest of the playoffs, many pundits were asked, “How would the Oklahoma City Thunder survive without his offense?” Well, it appears that answer was give Kevin Durant the ball and let him create. In the first quarter of Saturday night’s game three against the Houston Rockets, Kevin Durant went coast-to-coast and threw down a...

Thunder respond to Houston's rally for the win

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 29 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder recovered after squandering a 15-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Houston Rockets 105-102 on Wednesday night and take a 2-0 series lead. Durant hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:28 to play, and the Thunder didn't relinquish the lead after that. Durant missed...

'Chunky Cheerleader' Story Pulled Because it was Tasteless and Untrue (see for yourself)

Following Game One of the Western Conference Series between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Houston Rockets a Houston area site (CBS Houston) posted a story that any editor in his right mind would have killed in a heart beat. It was stupid. It was tasteless. It was flat out inappropriate and mean-spirited. They called one of the cheerleaders for the Thunder 'chunky.'...

Video:Serge Ibaka rejects Omar Asik at the rim

The Oklahoma City Thunder squeezed past James Harden and the Houston Rockets on Wednesday in a 105-102 shootout. Kevin Durant continued to make good on his promise that he is done with being second best. He nailed a clutch three-pointer with less than three minutes left to send the Thunder off to Saturday’s  Game 3 at Houston with a 2-0 quarterfinal series lead. Durant finished...

State of the Series: Oklahoma City Thunder (1) vs. Houston Rockets (8)

Despite one hell of an effort from the Houston Rockets in Game Two, so far business has been taken care of by the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder remain seated atop their No. 1 seed throne maintaining home-court advantage by going up 2-0 in the series with their two initial home games. This is obviously a great sign for OKC. Houston showed promise in Game Two as well, though...
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