The beef between Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook isn’t coming to an end any time soon, at least judging from this photo of Durant at a Giants game on Thursday. KD posing with the cupcakes at the Giants game. Vicious. pic.twitter.com/kOslfB8492...Show More Summary
On the same day that Kevin Durant announced he was leaving the Thunder to sign with the Warriors, Russell Westbrook posted a picture on his Instagram. The picture of cupcakes The post Kevin Durant Trolls Russell Westbrook, Takes Picture with Cupcakes appeared first on SLAMonline.
Durant and the Warriors swept the Trail Blazers in their first-round series
In 2012, Kevin Durant, James Harden and Russell Westbrook — all age 23 or younger — led the Oklahoma City Thunder to the NBA finals. But that team never got a chance to compete for another title, because the Thunder traded Harden away for fear that having three superstars would, someday, create...
If getting swept by a 67-win Warriors team led by Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green means you have a culture problem, then most teams in the NBA have a culture problem. Following the Trail Blazers’ blowout, season-ending loss to Golden State, Oregonian columnist John Canzano called Portland’s culture into question. Show More Summary
The NBA playoffs’ best and most versatile GIF has been validated by Kevin Durant, one of its co-stars, according to a recent episode of Still KD. It’s a funny, slightly surreal little reminder of how celebrities can turn around and delight in their own cultural influence, relishing the memes they leave in their wake. Read more...
Waiters warned KD that the Heat would beat the Warriors. The post Dion Waiters To Kevin Durant: ‘You Didn’t Wanna See Us, Kev!’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
In the tradition of LeBron James’ The Decision (with ESPN) and Kevin Durant’s “My Next Chapter” (with The Players’ Tribune), Tommy Tuberville (or ” a person familiar with the situation”) appears to have found a way to direct news about himself to an outlet he’s involved with. Show More Summary
Stephen Curry had 37 points before sitting the final quarter and the Golden State Warriors welcomed back teammate Kevin Durant with a 128-103 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers to sweep their first-round playoff series
Golden State's Kevin Durant is available to play in Game 4 against the Portland Trail Blazers after missing the past two games because of a strained left calf, the Warriors announced
Durant missed Games 2 and 3 with a calf strain
Warriors forward Kevin Durant is cleared to return for tonight's Game 4 against the Blazers (10:30 ET, TNT) after missing the previous two games with a strained left calf.
Durant missed Games 2 and 3 with a left calf strain. Warriors forward Kevin Durant will make his return from a left calf strain for Golden State’s Game 4 matchup against the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday, according to ESPN.com’s Chris Haynes. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant loves a good meme.
Kevin Durant loves a good meme.
Get those brooms ready, this could be a sweep. The Golden State Warriors were without Kevin Durant and head coach Steve Kerr in Game 3 against the Portland Trail Blazers, but were still able to overcome a 16 point deficit and walk away with a 119-113 victory. Show More Summary
Worthy wants to set the record straight. The post James Worthy Responds To Kevin Durant Calling Him Shady: ‘He Was Really Misled’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
No. 1: Durant still questionable for Game 4 -- Given their druthers, the Golden State Warriors would always prefer to have All-Star forward and former NBA MVP Kevin Durant in their lineup. That wasn't the case on Saturday, as Durant sat out a Game 3 comeback win with a left calf strain. Show More Summary
No. 1: Kerr, not Durant, is Warriors' biggest health concern -- Kevin Durant's health might not be the deciding factor for the Golden State Warriors during this postseason run, wherever it ends. That distinction might belong to Steve...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant's left calf strain, which kept him out of Games 2 and 3 in the first round, had been the eye-catching note on the Warriors' injury report.