The 2015 Nike Basketball Academy took place in Santa Monica over the weekend, and there were plenty of the game’s biggest stars in attendance for the event, including LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant, James Harden, and DeMarcus Cousins, as well as former stars like Gary Payton, Scottie Pippen, and Penny Hardaway. The […]
Kobe Bryant, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant and LeBron James were a few of the NBA stars that participated in the Nike Basketball Academy in (...)
It was a frustrating season for Kevin Durant, who was limited to just 27 games because of injuries and had to watch his Thunder barely miss the playoffs. However, when he was on the court, Durant was as efficient as ever; in fact, he set a career high in two-point field goal percentage, shooting a robust […]
This was supposed to be the warmup summer, the one during which the training wheels get slapped on and everybody practices for the Real Summer of Kevin (Durant, not Love).
Kevin Durant has no mercy for kids. He’s had some dream-crushing swats on little campers—and even his niece!—over the years, and now the Oklahoma City Thunder superstar has taken his I’m-winning-regardless-of-your-age mentality to Dave...Show More Summary
Not every day you get a chance to play against one of the best basketball players in the world. .@KDTrey5 stopped by @DaveandBusters in Culver City and is challenging random kids in mini Hoop. pic.twitter.com/70sMGonkP5 — Jacques Slade (@kustoo) June 27, 2015 Listen, Kevin Durant has missed basketball, so don't expect him to take it easy on you. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant’s newest signature shoes are the first basketball shoes to have a Flyweave woven textile upper, as well as a full-length Zoom Air unit. We’re starting to fear for KD’s ankles. Drops 6/27 for $180; but it’s out for NikeID now.
Despite finishing a season that fell just short of a playoff berth, the Oklahoma City Thunder's championship window remains open going forward. Assuming Kevin Durant and Co. can stay healthy, few teams will be able to match the Thunder's...Show More Summary
Four summers ago, Kevin Durant unexpectedly strolled into Rucker Park in Harlem, and tore the place up. KD lit up the legendary Entertainers Basketball Classic to the tune of 66 The post Kevin Durant Ate Soul Food Before Dropping 66 Points at Rucker Park (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
In August 2011, Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant put on a show at Harlem's famed Rucker Park, dropping 66 points in the Entertainers Basketball Classic. With his participation, Durant joined the likes of Allen Iverson, Stephon...Show More Summary
As the Bryce Harper-to-the-Yankees talk crescendoed last week, my pal Jeremy posed an interesting question: If Washington sports fans could only win one blockbuster free agency derby, would they choose Kevin Durant or Bryce Harper?Read full article >>
After undergoing three surgeries to repair a fracture in his right foot and missing 55 games this season, an understandably frustrated Kevin Durant claimed that he wouldn’t be watching the The post Kevin Durant Inspired By LeBron James and Stephen Curry in the NBA Finals appeared first on SLAMonline.
The message to Yankees fans and national media members is simple: Back off.Seriously, the MVP candidate’s blockbuster free agency derby is still years away. Who cares what team he rooted for as a kid? Who cares how much logic motivates...Show More Summary
Fans of Kevin Durant (or Sonic too) can now own part of the slush that he used for a Sonic commercial. A bit creepy? Maybe. But at least (...)
Kevin Durant has a "signature candy slush" at Sonic and now you have the chance to purchase the drink he sipped out of for the low-low price of ALL THE MONEY. Sonic is auctioning off every single piece of the slush for a program called...Show More Summary
You can finally share DNA with Kevin Durant... if the price is right... because the NBA superstar's actual USED straw has hit the auction block... for real. In fact, the straw is the REAL piece of plastic KD sucked from during a SONIC fast…
The Oklahoma City Thunder lack a legitimate backup small forward to superstar Kevin Durant and have very few players who can make an impact at both ends of the court. That's why the team should move up to select Arizona's Stanley Johnson,...Show More Summary