Kevin Durant is a quiet, unassuming superstar. That doesn't mean he isn't the best closer in basketball—because that is precisely what he is. On Thursday night, Durant did what he needed to to get the Thunder a come-from-behind win over the Orlando Magic. On the road, Durant dropped 38 points—18 coming in the fourth quarter—helping the young thunder come back from 14 down to earn the road win.
There is no greater offensive force in the NBA today than Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant. What makes him such a migraine-inducing matchup, though, are his unwavering fourth-quarter performances. Clutch scoring is cauti... Read Post
Byron Scott has agreed to become the next head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers. What does Scott's hire mean for Kobe Bryant? Will Scott be able to return the Lakers to their winning ways? Bleacher Report NBA Lead Writer Kevin Ding j... Read Post