NBA: Kevin Durant Claims Tweet From 2010 Criticizing Lebron Was Actually About Penny Hardaway

image via: youtube Kevin Durant has been the talk of the NBA this entire season after he made the decision to join the Warriors over the summer. With his return to Oklahoma City on Saturday night, there has been even more attention and media requests to speak with Durant as he sets to face off against Russell Westbrook and the Thunder. He sat down with “The Bill Simmons Podcast” to talk all things basketball as well as off the court stuff.


(Video) NBA: Russell Westbrook Speaks (Somewhat) On His Relationship With Kevin Durant

image via: twitter The eyes of the basketball world will be focused on Oklahoma City tonight as Kevin Durant makes his long waited return to the city he put on the map, this time in the role of the villain. There will be boos, cheers, maybe even some tears from the fans in attendance but the main thing on everyone’s mind is still the relationship, or lack there of, between Durant and Russell Westbrook.


NBA: Kevin Durant To Roll With Extra Security In His Return To OKC Tonight

image via: youtube Kevin Durant makes his highly anticipated return to Oklahoma City tonight, which is sure to be must see TV. He will walk into the arena wearing colors of the opponent and will spend time in the visitors locker room for the first time ever. It is sure to be a surreal feeling for him and the longtime Thunder fans and just in case some of those fans are a little too rowdy, Durant took the advice of Rich Paul and Lebron James and decided to bring extra security with him.


(Video) NBA: Russell Westbrook Says ‘Don’t Say Wassup to That B-tch A– N-gga’ to Who?

There’s some discrepancy as to who Russell Westbrook was talking about at the end of the Golden State Warriors 121-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.  While walking off the court, Westbrook was filmed telling one of his teammates, “Don’t say wassup to that b-tch a– n-gga.”  Some people think he was talking about Kevin Durant, his former teammate who left him to join the Warriors.  When asked after the game if he and Durant are on speaking terms, Westbrook simply replied, “Nah.”  Other people think he’s talking about Zaza Pachulia, who earlier in the game committed a hard foul, pushing Westbrook to the ground and then standing over him.  When asked about Pachulia, Westbrook vowed to get revenge.  So who do you think he’s talking about?


NBA: Lebron & KD Lead Early All-Star Voting But There Is One Huge Surprise With The Votes

photo credit: youtube The first round of NBA All-Star voting is in and for the most part it’s exactly what you would expect. Lebron James and Kevin Durant lead their respective conferences in voting, with guys like Kyrie Irving, Steph Curry, James Harden and Russell Westbrook following closely behind. One name fans definitely didn’t expect to see is Warriors center, Zaza Pachulia, coming in right behind Durant with the second most votes among all frontcourt players in the west.


NBA Says Kevin Durant Was Fouled on Last Possession & LeBron James Deserved Tech for Hanging on Rim

Golden State Warriors and their fans were fuming at two major missed calls during the last two minutes of their big game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Christmas Day.  In the league two minute report, it shows that the Cavs indeed benefitted from two missed calls in their 109-108 win over the Warriors.


(Video) NBA: Richard Jefferson Turns Back the Clock With Dunks on Kevin Durant & Klay Thompson!

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors gave us a Christmas present yesterday with the game of the season and a possible NBA Finals preview.  These two teams have battled each other in the last two championships, but they gave us a reminder of why we want the trilogy.  In the Cavs 109-108 win, LeBron James clocked in a double-double of 31 points, and 13 rebounds, along with four assists, and Kyrie Irving hit the game-winner to finish with 25 points, 6 rebounds, and 10 assists, but Richard Jefferson had a memorable night as well with these two big dunks.


(Video) NBA: Russell Westbrook Denies Yelling ‘Thank You Kyrie,’ Saying ‘F–k do I look like?!’

A video of Russell Westbrook sprinting into the team’s tunnel toward the locker room was posted to Twitter by the Thunder’s official account.  As Westbrook made his way off the court he yelled “thank you” to someone.  The video began to spread on social media and many people believed Westbrook was shouting thank you to Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving, who hit a game-winning shot to defeat Westbrook’s former teammate Kevin Durant and his new team, the Golden State Warriors.  Westbrook, however, denies that’s what he said.


NBA: Kevin Durant FINALLY Admits His Real Height

Since 2007 when he entered the NBA, Kevin Durant has been listed as 6’9.  It’s been clear that he’s taller than that, especially when standing next to 7-footers, but he refused to reveal his true height.  Finally, he gave in.


(Video) NBA: Kevin Durant Says Paul George is His Favorite Player in the League

The Golden State Warriors are playing the Indiana Pacers tonight, so Kevin Durant was asked what he thought about Paul George.  That’s when he revealed that George is his favorite player in the league.


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