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Report: Kevin Durant Says He’d ‘Love to Stay’ with Thunder His Entire Career.

There’s been many rumors about Kevin Durant and where he will go when his contract with the Thunder ends. For now Durant seems to be content with life in OKC. “I love it here, man. I love my teammates, I love the city, I don’t really think about anywhere else,” Durant told Revolt TV in […]

Kevin Durant and LeBron James have had remarkably similar careers

If we compare their careers by age, we can see that Kevin Durant's first seven seasons in the NBA have been remarkably similar to LeBron James' even with Durant only playing 27 games this season. Using each player's total points, rebounds,...Show More Summary

Kevin Durant Says He Wants to Stay with Thunder for Entire Career

Kevin Durant is set to become a free agent in the summer of 2016, but while nothing will be officially decided until then, the reigning MVP said he wishes to spend the rest of his career with the Oklahoma City Thunder. “I love it here man. Show More Summary

Kevin Durant Says He Wants Jersey Retired in OKC (VIDEO)

OKC Thunder superstar Kevin Durant will be the most coveted free agent on the planet in the summer of 2016, but it doesn’t sound like he’s looking to go anywhere. The post Kevin Durant Says He Wants Jersey Retired in OKC (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kevin Durant says he would 'love to get' his jersey retired in Oklahoma City

The Thunder forward wants to be a one-team star like Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Dirk Nowitzki. Kevin Durant isn't suiting up for the Oklahoma City Thunder these days as he recovers from an injury, but that hasn't stopped the former NBA MVP from showing his love for OKC and its franchise. Show More Summary

Kevin Durant on Oklahoma City: 'I'd love to get my jersey retired here'

‘I’m one of those guys that would love to stick it out with one team my whole career.’

Kevin Durant: 'I Love It Here and I Would Love to Get My Jersey Retired Here'

Kevin Durant has transformed the Oklahoma City Thunder into a perennial powerhouse, so it's no surprise he'd like to continue pushing the franchise to new heights for years to come. In an interview with Revolt TV, Durant discussed his...Show More Summary

Durant undergoes successful bone graft surgery on foot

Thunder star Kevin Durant had bone graft surgery Tuesday for a fracture in his right foot, and the team expects he'll return to basketball activities in four to six months.

NBA Bracket Challenge: Anthony Davis pulls ahead behind strong Final Four picks

Davis, Kevin Durant, Kemba Walker and Al Horford filled out brackets for USA TODAY Sports.        

NBA Bracket Challenge: Anthony Davis pulls ahead behind strong Final Four picks

Injured NBA star Kevin Durant was in last place of For The Win‘s NBA Bracket Challenge last week heading into the (...)

Kevin Durant Undergoes Season-Ending Foot Surgery

We already knew that Kevin Durant wouldn’t suit up again until next season—the OKC Thunder announced Tuesday that the NBA’s reigning MVP underwent successful bone graft surgery for the fifth The post Kevin Durant Undergoes Season-Ending Foot Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kevin Durant underwent ‘successful’ foot surgery, Thunder says

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant underwent “successful” bone graft surgery on his right foot on Tuesday, the team’s executive vice president and General Manager Sam Presti said in a press statement. “The procedure was performed by Dr. Martin O’Malley with Thunder medical personnel present at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City,” […]

Kevin Durant had bone graft surgery today

Kevin Durant had bone graft surgery today Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant underwent bone graft surgery today for the fifth metatarsal of his right foot, Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti announced. The procedure was performed by Dr. Martin O’Malley with Thunder medical personnel present at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New [...]

In Oklahoma City, Optimism Gives Way to Depression

Oklahoma City Thunder fans have long insisted that their team, precariously hanging onto a playoff spot, would become a contender once Kevin Durant finally overcame his foot troubles. Now that he’s been ruled out for the season, they’re being reminded why sports optimism is folly.

Kevin Durant's injury forces summer of reckoning for Thunder

The Thunder may only have one more shot to win a title with Kevin Durant leading the way. How will they maximize the opportunity? Kevin Durant is done for the season and so are the Oklahoma City Thunder. Unless they can somehow avoid...Show More Summary

Nike Basketball Easter Collection 2015 Release Date Schedule and Retail Prices

Nike will release its Basketball Easter Collection on Thursday just in time for the holiday. The launch features the redesigned trademark shoes of Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to include traditional Easter colors. Although the idea is the same for all four shoes, the execution for each was different. Show More Summary

5 New Orleans Pelicans Who Have Stepped Up This Season

The New Orleans Pelicans' once-raging postseason hopes are dwindling down like a dying fire. But there are still some glowing embers capable of flaring up again. Despite the absence of Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder are sitting...Show More Summary

Kevin Durant salutes former Texas coach Rick Barnes

Rick Barnes and Texas confirmed Sunday that after 17 seasons, Barnes will be departing as the head coach of the Longhorns. In a statement, (...)

Isola: Knicks must take pass on injured Kevin Durant

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Kevin Durant is done for the season after the Thunder announced that he will need another surgery to repair a broken bone in his foot.

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