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Kevin Durant and the Thunder know the importance of needing "everybody to be involved."
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If you don’t know anything about Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant outside of the NBA, you should know he is from Washington D.C. Durant, like most fans from Washington, hates the Dallas Cowboys. Durant is a big Redskins fan and often takes to twitter to express his love for his team and gives RGIII … Continue reading »
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is from Washington D.C. and he is a big Redskins fan. You can ordinarily see him tweeting about his team’s games on Sundays, and offering praise of Robert Griffin III. Durant was so stoked about the Redskins’ 27-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16 that he ended up talking some trash: HAIL TO THE REDSKINS!!!!!! 9-6 with them...
With 6 seconds remaining in Christmas Day’s Heat-Thunder Finals rematch in Miami, Russell Westbrook launched a potential game-tying 3. Knocked down on the play, Westbrook though for sure he would receive a foul call, but that wasn’t the case. In fact, there was only ONE replay shown. He didn’t respond well to the no-call, slamming the nearby scorer’s table:
Kendrick Perkins believes the Thunder have to get over themselves one by one and re-commit to the team.
While fans across the country are looking forward to this rematch of last season's NBA Finals, LeBron James and Kevin Durant downplayed its significance.
Both are simply focused on leading their respective team to victory.
There figures to be plenty of fireworks Christmas Day as the defending champion Miami Heat and NBA-leading Oklahoma City Thunder square off in South Beach...
MIAMI -- Tom Brady and Peyton Manning never have compared notes while playing catch during the offseason.
LeBron James couldn't care less.
The Miami Heat forward and Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant are the two best players in the NBA on the two best teams. For each of the past two offseasons they've been working out against each other in James' hometown of Akron...
MIAMI -- LeBron James had 29 points, eight rebounds and nine assists as the Miami Heat won an intense battle between the two top teams in the NBA, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-97 Tuesday night. James won his duel with Thunder superstar Kevin Durant, who had 33 points, seven rebounds and three assists. The game set an attendance record at AmericanAirlines Arena with 20...
The NBA Christmas day bonanza continues.