Last night, once again facing a deficit heading into the final minutes, Kevin Durant stepped to the free throw line for two shots that could have tied the game. Normally fluent at the free throw line, Durant had not one, but both of his free throws roll in-and-out, helping the Los Angeles Lakers maintain a slim lead. Rather than get rattled, Durant came back with a vengeance with 13 seconds left in the game, hitting the game deciding three-pointer from the top of the key to put the Oklahoma City Thunder up 101-98.
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 ... Read Post
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant will win the NBA scoring title for the third straight year as Mike Brown has announced Kobe Bryant won't play tonight for the Los Angeles Lakers. The news comes from Sam Amick of SI.com, vi... Read Post
Kobe Bryant feels Kevin Durant’s pain. Just weeks after losing to him in the NBA Finals, KD is trying to win a gold medal alongside LeBron James. Naturally being the competitor that Durant is, the transition from being LeBron’s oppo... Read Post