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OKLAHOMA CITY -- When Dallas has taken on Oklahoma City this year, the Mavericks haven't looked like a team fighting to reach .500. In the two previous matchups, the Mavericks lost both, but the Thunder had to go into overtime each time. However, the Mavs reverted back to form of sorts Monday in the teams' third meeting. The Thunder dominated from the opening tap and rolled to a 112-91 victory at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook led all scorers with 24 points and added seven assists and three steals. Kevin Durant scored 19 points on 6-for-11 shooting, and he pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds. Durant's scoring average against the Mavs this year dropped from 46 points per game to 37. Kevin Martin added 17 points off the bench for the Thunder (36-12). Shawn Marion paced Dallas (20-28) with 23 points. However, after collecting a total of 28 rebounds in his previous two games, he was held to only one board against the Thunder. Dirk No...
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Kevin Durant has been uncharacteristically loose-lipped with the Oklahoma City Thunder this season, and as a result he is tied for the league lead with technical fouls. During Monday night’s win over the Dallas Mavericks, Durant picked up his ninth technical of the season. With slightly less than half of the regular season remaining, he is on pace to hit the 16 technical foul-mark...
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Oklahoma City Thunder superstar KevinDurant is seen puffing away on a fine cigar. Before everyone freaks out that their favorite NBA player is smoking a stogie, MJ smoked cigars too. You’re not technically inhaling any nicotine or tobacco. Swap those Gatorades for beer and you have a pretty decent poker night.-TO
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In honor of Black History Month, the fine folks over at Nike teamed up with Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant to produce a short film called "Be Bold Be True".Below is the teaser trailer for the film that features KD for a short period of time:
On Saturday night, Kyrie Irving dropped 35 points. Against Kevin Durant. And the Thunder. In a five-point Cleveland victory. Impressed? I’m just getting started.
Of Kyrie’s 35, 13 were recorded in just three minutes — those three minutes being the final three minutes of the game. During that three-minute stretch (2:52, technically), Irving made two free-throws,...
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It wouldn't be a week here at That NBA Lottery Pick without a nice play by Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant.During last night's Thunder/Mavericks game, KD was able to thread the needle to Kevin Martin for an easy slam dunk.Check out the nice no-look pass that Durant went by nearly three Mavericks defenders:
Kevin Durant said his back is fine after he appeared to injure it in the Oklahoma City Thunder's last game.
Dirk Nowitzki looks set to return after missing the last two contests for the Dallas Mavericks.
Durant has been simply brilliant in two overtime victories over the Mavericks this season, and both superstars should be eager to meet in Monday night's matchup in Oklahoma...
The Oklahoma City Thunder found a way to put its I-35 rivals, the Dallas Mavericks, away early and never looked back. The Thunder led by as many as 32 points in the 112-91 victory. Kevin Durant had 19 points and 10 rebounds, as Oklahoma City won its ninth straight over the Mavericks, improving the record [...]
OKLAHOMA CITY-- Even the post-game crowd at the arena bar was light.
Usually the line wraps past the velvet ropes just outside the court at Chesapeake Arena and usually the music is loud and thumping with folks ready to talk about what they just saw.
Guess there was no reason to stick around on a Monday and celebrate.
On a night that had makings of fascinating, the Mavericks brought...
Super Bowl XLVII was far from the broadcast equivalent for Phil Simms of going 22/25 in Super Bowl XXI. CBS's top NFL analyst was caught contradicting himself repeatedly throughout the game and missed out on late game strategy. While not quite reaching Chris Berman levels, the Twitterati was left unimpressed. One of those newfound announcing critics was the NBA's best...
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Russell Westbrook scored 24 points, Kevin Durant had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and the Oklahoma City Thunder blew out the Dallas Mavericks 112-91 Monday night while avoiding a third straight overtime game between the teams.
The Mavericks had tied the first two meetings this season with 3-pointers at the very end, but there was no such drama the third time...
After giving up a record 23 three pointers in Houston on Tuesday night, the Warriors (30-18) hope to bounce back in Oklahoma City.
However, the task at hand will not be easy as the Thunder have the second best record in the NBA at 36-12 and are a scorching 21-3 at home. On top of the unfavorable matchup, the Warriors had some trouble flying from Houston to Oklahoma City and did not...
The Oklahoma City Thunder haven't lost more than two in a row this season, but they also haven't won two straight in nearly three weeks.
The Northwest Division-leading Thunder will try to change that Wednesday night when they go for an eighth consecutive victory with the Golden State Warriors in town.
After posting 10 wins during a stretch of 12 of 15 on the road, Oklahoma...