Found April 27, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
Before the start of game three between the Houston Rockets/Oklahoma City Thunder, many NBA fans/analyst theorized that the Oklahoma City Thunder were going to retaliate against Rockets guard Patrick Beverley for injuring Russell Westbrook in game two. Less than thirty seconds into the game, Thunder center Kendrick Perkins decided to set an illegal screen against Beverley which sent him sideways: So, if you had Kendrick Perkins in your “retaliation against Patrick Beverley” pool, you win! *** Kendrick Perkins sets hard screen against Patrick Beverley [Ball Don't Lie]
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
RELATED ARTICLES
SHOOTER'S TOUCH

Durant gets the roll on crazy 3-pointer

Though the Thunder blew a 26 point lead, Kevin Durant’s go-ahead three pointer with 36.9 seconds to go in the fourth quarter was enough to lead his team to a 104-101 win over the Rockets and take a commanding 3-0 series lead.  Down 99-97, KD pulled the trigger and the ball bounced high above the backboard, hit all parts of the rim and somehow dropped through to give the Thunder...

Thunder guard Russell Westbrook out indefinitely with lateral meniscus tear to his right knee

Russell Westbrook has never missed a game in his NBA career and has played in all 439 game of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s existence… until now. Russ will be out indefinitely following surgery to repair a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. Westbrook was injured in the second quarter of Game 2 against the Houston Rockets when he banged knees with Rockets’ Patrick Beverley...

Kevin Durant Pulls a Patrick Beverley

Kevin Durant did his part to get some revenge on the Houston Rockets for what they feel was a dirty play by Patrick Beverley on Russ Westbrook.  The so called ‘dirty play’ led to Russell Westbrook tearing his meniscus and being lost for the playoffs.   During the second quarter as Jeremy Lin took the ball past half court and was about to call a time out, Kevin Durant lunged...

Twitter Bites Oklahoma City Thunder Ball Boy on the Behind

Fans in Oklahoma City were not real happy after losing Russell Westbrook to what many deemed a rookie  being overzealous. Some were pretty angry about it. The Houston rookie in question, Patrick Beverley, has even received a few death threats over the play via Twitter. Regardless of the reason behind them and the actual intent sending death threats is wrong. Someone always has...

Patrick Beverly received death threats after Russell Westbrook knee injury

After unfortunately injuring Russell Westbrook's knee, Rockets guard Patrick Beverly has received death threats from a Thunder ball boy.

Russell Westbrook to have knee surgery, out indefinitely

The Thunder's hopes of returning to the NBA Finals and perhaps besting the Heat in this year's championship round took a major hit Friday. Before tonight's Game Three, it was reported that Russell Westbrook has torn the meniscus in his right knee and will undergo surgery to repair it. The injury could cause him to miss the remainder of the postseason. No timetable has...

A CBS Blogger Pissed Off The Internet By Asking If This Thunder Dancer Is ‘Too Chunky’

I don’t know why Anna-Megan Raley blogs for CBS Houston under the name Claire Crawford, but after last week, I assume it’s because it allowed her to get away with writing incendiary click bait with headlines like, “Is This Girl ‘Too Chunky’ To Be An OKC Thunder Cheerleader?” Yeah, sh*t just got real.First, let’s consider some actual talking points for the Oklahoma City...

Kevin Durant puts Omer Asik on a poster with monster dunk

Kevin Durant jumped through the roof in the early going of Game 3 between the Thunder and Rockets, putting Houston big-man Omer Asik on a huge poster with a monster dunk.
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.