Kevin Durant led the Oklahoma City Thunder to a game one victory with a career high 41 points in the 2011 NBA Playoffs opener against the Denver Nuggets. Durant, the 2010-2011 NBA regular season scoring champion, dropped 41 points, while Russel Westbrook also finished with a career high 31 points. The two combined for 72 points and 15 rebounds. Needless to say, the Thunder needed everything they got from their high scoring tandem in order to hold on to home court advantage for at least the first game.
The Oklahoma City Thunder and Denver Nuggets were the final act of the 2011 NBA Playoffs' opening weekend, and they didn't disappoint. In fact, the NBA saved its best for last. Kevin Durant scored 41 points and Russell Westbrook put... Read Post
NBA Playoffs 2011: Kevin Durant Clutch, Leads Comeback Win over Denver Nuggets Kevin Durant had ice water in his veins against the Denver Nuggets, scoring big buckets late in the game to seal the victory for the Oklahoma City Thunde... Read Post