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San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder Game 4 Western
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Kevin Durant is offering his personal tickets to Lil’ Wayne so the rapper can attend Thunder playoff games after being denied by the team for Game 3.
Weezy caused a stir on Thursday when he tweeted that the Thunder denied him tickets to Game 3 of the Western Conference finals. The Thunder confirmed that Lil’ Wayne’s reps reached out to the team requesting courtside seats...
Russell Westbrook is lucky that most of the focus following Game 4 was on his ridiculous outfit (like usual), and not his 2-for-10 shooting performance that resulted in just seven points. After the Thunder beat the Spurs 109-103 on Saturday to tie the Western Conference finals at two, Westbrook showed off the ridiculous sneakers seen above.
We were already used to seeing him wear...
The Spurs are just two wins away from their fifth trip to the NBA Finals, but this almost wasn’t this case, as the team reportedly considered making big moves last summer that would have altered the franchise’s future. Acccording to the New York Post’s Peter Vecsey, Spurs brass was willing to part ways with stars Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili in an effort to get younger and...
For those who don’t remember the story of why Oklahoma Thunder star Kevin Durant chose #35, here’s the explanation he gave to ESPN. 35 is the age his former coach was when he was tragically killed trying to break up a street fight. In the video, Durant describes what his coach meant to him and how he encouraged him over the years even when he didn’t believe himself.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The streak is over. The series may only be beginning. Kevin Durant scored 22 points, Thabo Sefolosha set playoff career-bests with 19 points and six steals, and the Oklahoma City Thunder snapped San Antonio's 20-game winning streak by beating the Spurs 102-82 in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals on Thursday night. Oklahoma City closed its series deficit...
In last night's San Antonio Spurs-Oklahoma City Thunder Game 3, Tim Duncan made NBA history by becoming the All-Time NBA playoff block shots leader surpassing the great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Click HERE to see the video of Duncan's milestone but the man he passed, Jabbar, took to Twitter to congratulate TD on taking first place.
Tim Duncan has been the epitome of steadiness...
I pity the fool who doesn’t want this to come true.
According to this “James Harden Beard Forecast” comic strip the Oklahoma City Thunder shooting guard should morph nicely into Mr. T in the not-too-distant future. Which, judging by Harden’s current look, seems just about right.
In the latest with “Weezygate,” the unofficial title I just gave the pointless debacle involving Lil Wayne and the Thunder, the rapper is saying his denial of seats by the team before Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals has to do with race. Even though Kevin Durant and James Harden have already offered up tickets to him, Lil Wayne thinks that wouldn’t fix the problem.
San Antonio Spurs fans may be a bit bummed out today after the Spurs lost two games in a row to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals after riding high heading into OKC up 2-0.
Now that the series is tied at 2-2, the series is now a best of three games with the Spurs still holding home court advantage and Game 5 set to kick off tomorrow back in San Antonio....
The Spurs’ ridiculous winning streak finally ended last night in a butt-whoopin’ at the hands of the OKC Thunder. But take solace, Spurs fans, because Busted Coverage is here to take your mind off that game and put it squarely on one of the hotties ready to shake it for you when the series heads back down south Monday night.
Mandy is a Silver Dancers veteran, so she knows how...
The Thunder bounced back to beat the Spurs on Thursday night 102-82. But we’re here to discuss the post game looks. But this time, we’re throwing Tony Parker in the mix. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook took the podium as a tandem as they’ve been doing in previous rounds. KD rocking a preppy [...]
Kevin Durant scored 18 points in the final seven minutes, Serge Ibaka chipped in a career-high 26 and the Oklahoma City Thunder evened the Western Conference Finals after their 109-103 win over the San Antonio Spurs Saturday at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
After 20 consecutive games, the San Antonio Spurs were handed their first loss at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday evening. Though the Thunder won by 20-points on Thursday, the game had already been decided midway through the third quarter, which meant the Spurs players had time to begin thinking about game four. The Spurs will need to bounce back tonight or they...
Congratulations to the Oklahoma City Thunder, who tied up their Western Conference Finals match-up at two a piece tonight. A special shout out to the bigs from OKC as they were able to hold off San Antonio just long enough for Kevin Durant to come along in the fourth and explode for 18 points in [...]
The OKC Thunder have just tied up their series with the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference FInals, but that hasn’t stopped some NBA chatter about Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Chris Broussard reported this on his twitter yesterday: I asked 22 NBA execs if they ran OKC & had to trade either Westbrook [...]