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What’s an NBA player to do away with a few days off before facing a Los Angeles opponent? Party, of course. After Sunday’s OT loss to the Nuggets, Thunder teammates, Kevin Durant & Russell Westbrook touched down in LA and hit up GreyStone Manor in West Hollywood:
Kevin Durant takes Matt Barnes one-on-one and finishes with the HUGE flush. Durant’s big jam came during the 4th quarter of Tuesday night’s game and put the Thunder up 101-85 at Staples Center, as they were in total control over the Clippers and would eventually walk away with the 109-97 win against a strong Western Conference foe. Durant finished with 32 points, 7 assists and...
Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma Thunder was on fire down the stretch of his team’s match-up against the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night. One of the highlights was a monster dunk that he threw down on Lamar Odom. Check out KD just demolish Odom’s soul on the slam. We would be doing a disservice to Durant’s handles if we didn’t mention the nasty crossover he pulled off...
Who’s the best player on the planet? The misconception about the “All-Star Break” is that it signifies the midway point of the NBA season. In reality it is only the official, unofficial (if that makes sense) half way point of the season. By the time the All-Star game is played most NBA teams would have played between 52-55 games in a 82 game season. It doesn’t take...
The Los Angeles Clippers dropped one against the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday evening when they didn’t have answer for Kevin Durant who went 9-of-11 in the second half. Just look at this booming dunk of his that sent him sailing over the Clippers.The post Kevin Durant’s Thunderous Dunk Vs Los Angeles Clippers (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Kevin Durant owned the fourth quarter and was in complete takeover mode on Tuesday night vs. the Clippers, evidenced by this thunderous dunk over Lamar Odom. KD is not nice:
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Coming off a loss two nights earlier in Denver, the Oklahoma City Thunder were more interested in bouncing back with a win than making any statements against the Clippers.
Kevin Durant scored 32 points, Russell Westbrook added 26 and the Thunder won 109-97 on Tuesday night in a matchup of teams with the two best records in the NBA.
"We've got 82 games...
Kevin Durant: Prettyyyyy, prettyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, pretty good at basketball.
On Tuesday night at Staples Center, the NBA's leading scorer dropped 32 points on the Clippers in the Thunder's 109-97 win. 24 of Durant's 32 points came in the second half, with two of those 24 coming on this awesome dunk over Lamar Odom:
Nice crossover on Matt Barnes, too.
How was your Tuesday night? Not as good as Floyd Mayweather’s. Money decided to head down to the Staples Center for some NBA action between the Clippers and Thunder and obviously landed courtside seats to take in the action.
He placed a few casual bets last night to make the game a little more excited, since apparently Blake Griffin, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook just isn’t...
Caron Butler blocked a shot from Serge Ibaka on Tuesday night during the Los Angeles Clippers’ loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, but Ibaka was not nearly as embarrassed after the play was over as the official who was standing nearby. As you can see, the block sailed out of bounds and drilled one of the refs right in the dome, knocking him to the ground.
The official laughed it...
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The top two teams in the NBA faced off against each other in LA on Tuesday night. The Oklahoma City Thunder took on the Clippers in a battle to maintain their half a game lead over the Clippers for the top spot in the L. The outcome, a Thunder win. The cherry on the sundae, a fourth quarter dunk by KD where he crossed over Matt Barnes to...
One of the more underrated players in the NBA has to be Golden State guard Stephen Curry and last night, he put together a solid performance in a win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.In the third quarter of play, watch as Curry shakes Russell Westbrook to get the basket and a few seconds after decides to celebrate with a shimmy shake: