Born and raised in Seat Pleasant, Maryland, I grew up in a community with higher rates of poverty and lower graduation rates than most of the state. For me, having the support of my mom was critical, but the support of mentors like the...Show More Summary
The PSA was released on Tuesday.
After years of comfortable certainty, the Oklahoma City Thunder are heading into a season of unease. Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka are gone, and so is any realistic chance of a title run. But basketball won't stop, and the Thunder are...Show More Summary
The 2016-17 NBA season finally gets underway Tuesday night. By now, you've read all that there is to read on the internet. There has been a litany of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant profiles for your perusal. The Utah Jazz are the belle of basketball Twitter's ball. Show More Summary
With the Steph Curry/Kevin Durant Warriors launching their season on Tuesday night and oddsmakers pegging Golden State and the field as having even chances of winning the NBA championship, there’s a PFT Live question of the day floating in there. Somewhere. How about this: Which NFL team would currently have the best odds against the…
In a whirlwind off-season, Kevin Durant moved to the Warriors, and Dwyane Wade went to the Bulls. The Cavaliers look the same, and they’re thankful for that.
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There can't be such a thing as too much talent on one team — can there be?
Steve Kerr joked around on what became a post-mosh Monday, feeling some of the natural pressure before his Golden State Warriors get going at last with all the weight of trying to win another NBA championship on their star-studded shoulders
KD hit the Saint Pablo Tour to fan out like the rest of us.
Team filled with All-Stars only improved by adding former MVP
With the Warriors stars stealing votes from each other, the NBA MVP race is wide open this year. Let’s break it down. Kevin Durant’s decision to join the Warriors had an immense number of effects on the NBA. One of them is that Stephen Curry is now less likely to threepeat as the league’s MVP. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant in mosh pit at Kanye West concert in Oakland. pic.twitter.com/OALWE52g80 — Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) October 24, 2016 Kevin Durant is enjoying his precious, fleeting time before having to get back to work. On Sunday...Show More Summary
In our Warriors preview, we get into the existential question of whether Kevin Durant’s signing is good for business as a whole. The Warriors will be the dominant storyline in the NBA this season, so there isn’t much ground to cover in a team preview that hasn’t been covered elsewhere. Show More Summary
A one-point game turned into a blowout real quick. The Golden State Warriors were an exceptionally great basketball team last season. They then went out and signed an exceptionally great basketball player in Kevin Durant. There might...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant is like any other new guy in town: He just wants to know where the best places in his new home are. So he did what any (...)
KD is solely focused on winning a title at this point in his career, and if that means taking a back seat some nights, he gladly will. The post SLAM Top 50: Kevin Durant, No. 4 appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA PREVIEW WESTERN CONFERENCE (in predicted order of finish) PLAYOFF-BOUND 1. GOLDEN STATE 2015–16 finish: 73-9 Coming: Kevin Durant, David West, Zaza Pachulia, Damian Jones (rookie). Going: Harrison Barnes, Andrew Bogut, Festus Ezeli, Marreese Speights, Leandro Barbosa, Brandon Rush. The Warriors...
Kevin Durant has taken immense heat by mimicking LeBron James’ departure from one franchise to another to grab an NBA title. By leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder after winning an MVP and four NBA scoring titles, Durant has made the Golden State Warriors a massive betting favorite to win the Pacific...
Russell Westbrook is quite the cover boy this month. The Oklahoma City Thunder star, who is set to begin his scintillating Anger Tour without relocated sidekick Kevin Durant, has been on the GQ cover and now, gulp, Sports Illustrated. Show More Summary