Kevin Durant: ‘I’m at my best if I don’t care if we win or lose’

New Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant has drawn a ton of criticism for deciding to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder for their conference rivals earlier this summer. Now, one win away from bringing home gold for Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Durant is looking to move forward with another accomplishment while setting his sights on an NBA title in Oakland. Unfortunately...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Russell Westbrook Singing “Now I Do What I Want”

Russell Westbrook hasn’t spoken much publicly about Kevin Durant’s decision to leave Oklahoma City. The following video says a lot, though. Westbrook posted the following video on Twitter today. It’s only 10 seconds long, but it speaks volumes about his mindset. It’s pretty self-explanatory. “Now I do what I want!” Westbrook repeatedly exclaims as Lil Uzi Vert’s ...
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WATCH: Kevin Durant has...RUSSELL MANIA!

The newest member of the Golden State Warriors is trying to make the best of it in the Bay Area, but he just can't seem to shake the ghosts of his past.
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Durant disliked spotlight, notoriety in OKC

Kevin Durant has long been regarded as a humble, approachable superstar who was content to avoid the bright lights in bigger cities and be the king of a middling market in Oklahoma City. It turns out that it may have been a negative, and Durant never wanted to be a king in the first place. ESPN’s Royce Young, in a story on the Russell Westbrook extension, noted that the public...
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Thunder must wait until February to host Durant

Fans in Oklahoma City waiting to tell the departed Kevin Durant just what they think of him will have to wait. According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Oklahoma City Thunder will not host the Golden State Warriors until February of the 2016-17 season. Story going online now: League sources say Oklahoma City is tentatively scheduled to play host to Kevin Durant for the first time...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Indiana teacher creates ‘No Kevin Durant Zone’ in classroom

A first-year ninth-grade teacher in Indianapolis, Ind., has turned his heartbreak over Kevin Durant leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder into what he believes is a novel way to teach his students a valuable lesson. Tucker Hein, a University of Oklahoma graduate, clearly took it personally when Durant decided to bolt from Oklahoma City to join the Golden State Warriors. The disappointment inspired...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Durant: Being cheered by Oracle Arena crowd ‘felt a little weird’

Kevin Durant got a taste of his new home playing for Team USA on Wednesday night, and he admitted that it was all a bit strange. Team USA beat China 107-57 in an exhibition game at Oracle Arena, with Durant scoring 13 points in his new stomping grounds. The crowd gave him a standing ovation when he was introduced, and was greeted by cheers even when he emerged for warmups. “It...
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Durant shopped for OKC home week before joining Warriors?

Kevin Durant really must have had a last-minute change of heart. Durant admitted after signing with the Golden State Warriors earlier this month that it was a very difficult decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder. According to ESPN’s Royce Young, Durant even considered buying property in the OKC area just a week before joining Golden State. “(Durant) assured people he...
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant’s OKC restaurant will be closed, rebranded

When Kevin Durant announced he was leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder for the team he nearly beat in the playoffs, the Golden State Warriors, Thunder fans found unique ways to get back at him. Some of Durant’s once-faithful fans in OKC took to Yelp! to slam Durant’s restaurant and the results were hilarious. Well, Durant noticed and now he’s making changes. The Warriors...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant got an enormous new Tupac tattoo on his leg

Kevin Durant is fully embracing his new home in California. The new Warriors star debuted a Tupac tattoo on his leg Thursday at practice with the U.S. Olympic team, complete with a random touch of Wu-Tang. Durant’s giant new Tupac tattoo…feat. Wu-Tang, for some reason (via @ThompsonScribe) — Dan Carson (@TheDoctorCarson) July 21, 2016 So, uh...
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July 21, 2016  |  Discuss

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