The personal tragedy that the Thunder’s star point guard still lives with.
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 Thunder are winning the war of public opinion. But LeBron deserves the championship just as much as they do.
Assigning the best new music to the players who fit it best, so you have something to listen to in between games for the next couple weeks.
Enthusiastic much? Secondary ticket sellers report it’s nearly impossible to get a ticket to the game in OKC. Miami fans, however, seem way more apathetic.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” put an acoustic guitar in “Iron” Mike Tyson’s hands. The singer-songwriter’s haunting ballad will warm even the iciest of LeBron haters’ hearts.
And it comes from Thabo Sefolosha?
A message from one of your own.
Further confirming that nothing non-basketball related happens in Oklahoma City.
As the Heat continue to shift between terminal and perfect, and the Celtics try to figure out what they have left, one player’s absence is to blame for why the Eastern Conference playoffs have seemed so hollow.
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.
The NBA’s “BIG” commercials have a little more significance now that the teams have shown their mettle.
It now looks like the happiest building in all the land.
Some people’s basketball cards are just more valuable than others.
Unless you’re a Thunder fan. But for anyone else, there are few things more beautiful than watching the Spurs play basketball right now.
Wayne Coyne and Kevin Durant are two names synonymous with the capital of Oklahoma. So it only makes sense that Coyne’s band the Flaming Lips took one of their classic songs and turned it into a rally song for the Thunder.
What happens when two basketball players both try to fool the refs into thinking they were fouled? Well whatever it is, it doesn’t look like sports.
The and-one led to a game-clinching run by the Thunder that ended with Los Angeles out of the playoffs.
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.
No concussions this time!
America seems to crave a Thunder/Heat final that culminates in Kevin Durant standing victorious over a vanquished LeBron James. But why?
Metta, are you really in the position to be calling James Harden a “substitute?”
The fan that made this better get a job at ESPN or TNT immediately.
So elegant, he can only be honored in verse.
Someone give these three a TV show.
The match-ups are set, and the games start tomorrow. It’s time to make fun of them.