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When the Thunder signed Serge Ibaka to a 4-year, $49 million dollar deal last summer, they locked up another piece of their young core at a fair price. The young shot blocking power forward had emerged has one of the league’s most promising young big men, and the Thunder projected him as an All-Star and […]The post Projecting Serge Ibaka appeared first on ThunderObsessed.com.
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Kevin Durant is the face of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
As such, he prides himself on getting the most out of each opportunity that he can to shine in the offseason.
Durant has been a regular on the Pro Am circuit this summer. He appeared in his hometown at Washington D.C.’s Goodman League on Wednesday and put on a serious show.
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With the N.B.A. season just approximately 70 days away, the Oklahoma City Thunder are gearing up for training camp, and we’re gearing up for the upcoming schedule. What are the big games? Well, we broke them down for you. From Russell Westbrook’s first game against Patrick Beverley to LeBron James returning to where he’s laid […]The post Top 10 home games for upcoming season...
Drew League – the pro-am league in Los Angeles (and a favorite of mine) – has ended, but things are just getting brewed on the east coast in the Goodman League as was evidenced last night as Kevin Durant lit up the court with his high-octane offense. He threw down a few powerful dunks where [...]The post Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant powerful dunks at Goodman League...
By now, NBA fans must be starving for any action from their favorite NBA players. With training camps still months away, luckily the summer has been filled with pro-am leagues such as the Drew League out in Washington, D.C.
And luckily, Thunder's Kevin Durant was on hand and on the court to put on a show for the masses to soak in.
Apparently no defense was played on KD...
Due to the weather, the game that was scheduled for Rucker Park Thursday night was moved indoors to the Guachos gym in the Bronx, but that didn’t stop Kevin Durant from lighting it up. The Thunder star, who has been the king of streetball this summer – most recently playing at the Watts League and the Goodman League - came to play.
Warriors, Kent Bazemore and David Lee, former...