How can you not root for this guy?
A sports-biz expert on Durant’s huge donation in the wake of the Oklahoma City tornado.
I mean, Carlos Delfino is a seriously average *NBA* bro, but still.
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It’s not that Marcin Gortat wasn’t interested in blocking a shot, he was just busy with other things at the time.
This new Sprint spot premiered during the Christmas day games, and before the final punchline seems to be going in a sexy, sexy direction.
A small gesture after the shooting.
It was a landmark year for crossovers in the NBA.
James Harden happily played a sixth-man role in Oklahoma City for three years, and left through no fault of his own. But in his first game back, OKC acted like a drunk ex-boyfriend.
The NBA does more than any other league to help small-market teams keep homegrown talent. And then stuff like this happens while the Lakers are paying like 400 All-Stars a billion dollars each.
On Jimmy Fallon last night, Harden and Durant, fresh from the London Olympics, were asked about the conference-rival Lakers. They don’t seem too worried.
Never have stylish NBA superstars looked so much like goofy tourists.
If they don’t win gold, it won’t be because they don’t get along. Their exhibition tour is basically a caravan of good vibes, and it’s all on Instagram .
Kevin Durant is going to do really well in the Olympics. Also, did you ever notice how some sidekicks are better than their counterpart?
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Coach Stu Vetter has had his share of stars at Rockville, Maryland’s Montrose Christian Academy. He says Kevin Durant is still the hardest-working one he’s ever had.
Yes, LeBron James fouled Kevin Durant on a crucial shot last night, and it didn’t get called. But minutes earlier, Durant should’ve been tossed from the game. And he wasn’t.
The two best players on the NBA’s (probably) best team are only 23 years old. And, believe it or not, all these other stupid-young famous people are older than them.
The new Kevin Durant family-comedy is going to be this generation’s “Casablanca.” Plus Jim Belushi!
With 14 seconds still on the clock, Oklahoma City’s ticket to the NBA Finals was all but punched. That didn’t stop Kevin Durant from embracing his family before putting the San Antonio Spurs away.
This shot, with the game tied 98-98 and 13 seconds remaining, means the difference between the Thunder leading the series 3-1 and the Lakers tying it up at 2-2. Kobe then misses a smiliar shot on the other end.
America seems to crave a Thunder/Heat final that culminates in Kevin Durant standing victorious over a vanquished LeBron James. But why?
Someone give these three a TV show.
The Thunder lost, but this counts as a moral victory.
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