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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
With the Oklahoma City Thunder appearing in their first ever NBA Finals. Everything is going right for Kevin Durant. To add to all the good things coming up for NBA superstar, the trailer for his new family friendly movie called Thunderstruck was recently released. Instead of the old body-switching model, he (playing himself) faces difficulty because of a talent-transfer which leaves him as terrible as a small child.
Produced by Warners, it’s got a sort of “Air Bud” meets “Like Mike” feel to it. It’s probably more than a little cheesy, but imagine you’re 10-years-old and dream of playing in the NBA. This movie is going to be magic for kids and we gotta remember, Durant IS just a kid.
Check out the trailer
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This is the trailer to Kevin Durant’s movie, Thunderstruck, which is to be released this summer — August 24th is the specific date — and watch in all of its epic terribleness. To be fair, it’s meant for the Disney-esque audience, and call me crazy, but I’d watch it. H/T NewsOK
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Oklahoma City trailed by 18 points... at home... in a closeout game... against a seasoned, veteran, championship team in San Antonio.
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If the Oklahoma City Thunder are to have a chance in the NBA Finals, theyll need to slow down LeBron James.
If the Miami Heat hope to have a shot, theyll have to try to contain Kevin Durant.
Best wishes to them, too.
If the Heats Dwyane Wade or Thunders Russell Westbrook go nuts well, were not really telling you anything you dont know.
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