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Either Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant are better actors than we thought or the power of Gatorade goes well beyond the ability to replenish fluids. You remember this? Supposedly, it's make believe.
Well, maybe it's not so make believe. Look at what went down on Instagram on Tuesday.
Kevin Durant said James Harden should replace me in the Top 10...
Note to self* Make his respect your place in history ... again
To which Durant replied:
Show me don't tweet me..
-- Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) September 25, 2013 This all stems from Durant saying that Harden, not Wade, belonged in Sports Illustrated's list of the top 10 NBA players for the 2013-14 season. LeBron James is No. 1 on the list, Durant was No. 2. Wade was ranked No. 8. Harden, who was traded from the Thunder to the Houston Rockets before last season and became an All-Star, is No. 11.
Surely, this got the attention of the basketball world. As for the rest of the world? Well ... it is September, remember?
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The interwebs were abuzz in a re-tweeting and re-posting frenzy on Tuesday and it all had to do with a supposed beef between Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant and the Miami Heat’s equally famous superstar, Dwyane Wade. In an interview, Durant was asked about his reaction to Sports Illustrated’s Top 100 NBA players list […]The post Today in fake social media beefs...
Kevin Durant is right, but that that fact will surely get lost in a brewing war of words between him and Heat guard Dwyane Wade.
Durant drew Wade’s ire when the Oklahoma City Thunder star claimed his former teammate, James Harden, should be in the top 10 of Sports Illustrated’s list of the best NBA players. Harden came in at No. 11, and Durant argued that Harden should move into...
MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant are getting a little 1-on-1 in before the season starts.
Well, on Twitter, anyway.
Durant told CineSport in a video interview that he believes his former Oklahoma City teammate James Harden should be considered one of the top 10 players in the NBA, and Wade -- a three-time NBA champion with the Miami Heat -- should not.
So Wade responded...
Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant are in a social media beef over Durant’s perceived diss of the Miami Heat all-star. It all started on Tuesday when Durant was making the rounds doing some interviews on behalf of Degree. KD appeared on multiple programs to conduct interviews, but his interview with CineSport’s Noah Coslov created the […]
For many people, Michael Jordan is the greatest player of all-time and one of those notable NBA names who thinks that is Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant.
Recently, KD spoke with Anthony Slater of NewsOK.com about his all-time starting line-up and gave the below answers:
If you were to pick a starting five lineup of all-time NBA greats, who would they be?
My point guard would...
During an appearance on CineSport with Noah Coslov, Kevin Durant was read Sports Illustrated’s Top 10 list of players going into the 2013-14 season and said he felt James Harden was missing and if it were up to him he’d replace his former teammate with Dwyane Wade, who SI has at the No. 8 spot. By Tuesday night, word spread to the Heat star and he posted a hand-written message...
Since rapper Drake released his new album, I have a sinking suspicion that many NBA players picked it up.
One of those people happened to by Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant and check out this Instagram clip of him lip-synching along to it:
Kevin Durant image courtesy of Getty Images
It's on between Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant. Oh it's most definitely on a preseason social-media free-for-all between the NBA stars.
It started with Durant saying former Oklahoma City teammate James Harden is gaining on the Heat's Wade in terms of the shooting guards' respective places in the NBA hierarchy.
It continued with Wade responding with an Instagram rebuke...
Over the last couple of seasons, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has had noted problems with his knees and apparently in the offseason, Miami Heat president Pat Riley decided to challenge Wade to drop some weight to take some of the pressure of those knees.
Apparently, Wade might have taken those words to heart as ESPN’s Brian Windhorst tweeted about Wade’s slimmed down look back...
Whenever Sports Illustrated releases its annual list of the Top 100 NBA players it sparks a debate. Everyone from NBA analysts, bloggers to barbershops and corner boys attempt to poke holes in the rational behind a subjective list that supposedly defines the NBA’s top players.
As such, it’s no surprise that NBA players have their own thoughts on the Top 100 list. After all...
Turning to Twitter for the latest updates on news and drama is never a bad idea. Today, the Twitter world is buzzing about the latest celebrity gossip, this time featuring two of the NBA’s most valuable players. Dwyane Wade, guard for the world champion Miami Heat, posted a picture on his Instagram; the picture of […]
Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant both starred in that Gatorade commercial where nightmares haunts the both of them. Apparently, their competitive nature against each other goes beyond a sip of [...]
The Miami Heat are starting this season in the Bahamas.
The two-time defending NBA champions are holding training camp at the Atlantis Resort, with practices from Oct. 1 through Oct. 4. The team will fly to the Bahamas on Sept. 30, shortly after convening in Miami for the annual media day.
It's the first time since 2010 that Miami has gone on the road for training camp. That...
The NBA is considering allowing members of the Heat and the Nets to wear their nicknames on the back of their jerseys this season. The league has not announced the change officially, but the teams and the players have been made aware of its likelihood and players have been asked to submit their choice of nicknames. It's not a completely new idea. Pistol Pete all those years...