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Topic - kevin durant
The Detroit Pistons had Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The Oklahoma City Thunder had Kevin Durant. Even on a career night for Caldwell-Pope, advantage Oklahoma City.
Finally, the NBA playoffs are set.
Not long after Pelicans coach Monty Williams said he expected Tyreke Evans to take the night off to rest his sore right knee, Evans surprised his team by suiting up.
Not much about Oklahoma City point guard Russell Westbrook goes unnoticed.
Oklahoma City has its starting five back together just in time for the playoffs. Their weeks apart didn't hurt their defense at all.
With Kevin Durant on the bench to start the fourth quarter, his Oklahoma City Thunder teammates put together a run that helped end one of the most impressive scoring streaks in NBA history.
For the 41st game in a row, Kevin Durant scored at least 25 points. Not even Michael Jordan ever did that.
Kevin Durant's unmatched scoring prowess has made him a strong contender for his first MVP award. It's everything else he is doing that might finally push him over the top.
The Houston Rockets are heading to the playoffs for the second straight year and believe wins like the one they picked up Friday night will help them when they get there.
Kevin Durant's rare streak of games with least 25 points continued, and San Antonio's run of 19 straight wins came to a halt.
After DeSean Jackson's visit to Redskins Park, Kevin Durant took to Twitter to help recruit the Pro Bowl receiver.
Among the many Redskins' fans hoping DeSean Jackson signs with D.C., Kevin Durant took to Twitter to help recruit the Pro Bowl receiver.
Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant has been named the NBA Western Conference Player of the Month for March.
The drama was sapped early from Oklahoma City's blowout win over Utah, except for one detail.
Kevin Durant displayed his usual dominance as a scorer, and the Thunder supported him with one of their best defensive performances of the season.
Story line: Durant says he's tired of always finishing second.
"We just figured it out," Durant said. "We got it done. It wasn't the best game. We didn't play well defensively. We didn't shoot the ball well offensively. But there's something about just getting it done, having that willpower, having that fight in you, no matter what. It was a tough game, we persevered and we got a good win."