Kevin Durant once again proved why he is in the NBA MVP discussion in the first game of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s opening-round matchup against the Dallas Mavericks. Durant poured in 25 points, including a game-winning foul-line jumper with 1.5 seconds left, as the Thunder escaped with a 99-98 win. The scoring champion had struggled all night long, shooting just 10-for-27, but he got his biggest shot of the night to bounce off the front of the rim, off the backboard and in.
Dallas improved its playoff chances with an overtime win over Oklahoma City, and the Lakers topped the Knicks in a rare blowout win for Los Angeles. Kevin Durant poured in 43 points, but the Oklahoma City Thunder couldn't overcome t... Read Post
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, ... Read Post