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Oklahoma City Thunder – Kevin Durant Just Might be the Best Player in the NBA

Posted on 20 Aug, 2014, by in NBA

Is Kevin Durant the best player in the NBA? He’s not going on a limb and declaring that, although he does have his MVP from last season to show for it. The best scorer in the NBA? He is a four-time scoring champion as proof, and in this case, the Oklahoma City Thunder star isn’t exactly shy about his point production. More

Kevin Durant Beats LeBron James – MVP & Changing of the Guard

Posted on 17 Apr, 2014, by in Featured, NBA

Is it safe to say that Kevin Durant is the best player in the NBA, better than LeBron James? Some wait for an NBA championship ring to be put on Durant’s finger, but when looking specifically at what each player does and not what he wins with his team, James, for the first time over the last five seasons, is inferior to someone. More

Kevin Durant Needs to be Better, But How Much More Can He Give

Posted on 13 May, 2013, by in NBA

When you look at the transition offense the Oklahoma City Thunder had during the regular season, the best in the NBA, and what they’re trying to pull off now, you suddenly realize why Russell Westbrook is so important, despite his obvious shortcomings. Kevin Durant is trying to do everything for his team, but it doesn’t seem to be enough, and it’s not certain he has anything else to give. More

Kevin Durant & LeBron James – Playoff Rivals, Preseason Friends

Posted on 11 Sep, 2012, by in NBA

In a few years time, the LeBron James – Kevin Durant duo might be one of the greatest individual rivalries in the history of the NBA, if we’ll get to see a few more Heat – Thunder Finals series. But there’s hatred or grudge off the court between these two, choosing to train together during the off season once again. More

Kevin Durant Better Than LeBron James in Game 1 of the NBA Finals

Posted on 13 Jun, 2012, by in NBA

Kevin Durant broke loose in the fourth quarter, and there was no one on the Miami Heat team to answer back. Not LeBron James, not Dwyane Wade and not Chris Bosh. The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Miami Heat by 18 points in the second half, taking Game 1, their first ever NBA Finals game, 105-94. More