OKC Thunder star Kevin Durant still doesn’t have a championship ring, and he ain’t happy.
The NBA’s long held connection with the glitz of Hollywood, bright lights of Times Square and mocha-colored tan lines of South Beach is giving way to the blue-collar and middle class of Midwestern American markets.
Thunder players Reggie Jackson and Steven Adams devised a new head-nod code for an NBA commercial.
It’s easy to talk about how great of a guy Desmond Mason is. Perception is an interesting thing, though. How well do we really know him?
With a series of off-season transactions, the Thunder answers questions heading into next season.
Oklahoma has been named the second worst state to live in.
I respectfully disagree with the source or sources close to Kevin Durant who believe Durant “carries himself like someone from Middle America.”
“We haven’t discussed it as a team, but everybody is pretty knowledgeable of the situation,” Russell Westbrook said following a Monday practice. Sterling, owner of the Clippers since 1981, was caught making racist remarks in an audio recording posted by TMZ and Deadspin. Sterling appears to disparage a female friend for posting photos of herself…
Who do you pick? Kevin Durant. Duh. The Oklahoma City Thunder star has a reputation for being Mr. Nice Guy off the court, so the partnership makes a lot of sense. This is more than an endorsement deal, though; it’s an initiative. The program, dubbed Strong and Kind, aims to promote — you guessed it…
“You don’t earn nicknames like Wild Wild Westbrook and the Kate Moss of the NBA without dressing up like a Floral Samurai Nerd every now and then. Even when Russ is bad, he’s always kind of amazing.” — GQ magazine, March 2014 issue.