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2014-15 Season game 73: Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz full coverage

The Oklahoma City Thunder are on the heels of an absolute thrashing at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs, and the dire news that Kevin Durant will be out for the rest of the season. It's fortunate, then, that the Thunder run into the Utah Jazz tonight. The Jazz have already been eliminated from the playoffs, and are in the midst of a four game losing streak. Enes Kanter will be the big story tonight, as he will see heavy minutes against his former team. Kanter didn't have a very memorable stint in Utah, mostly toiling for losing teams while developing his game. The Jazz didn't see Kanter...

Kevin Durant surgery alters Warriors’ potential 1st-round matchup

MEMPHIS — Oklahoma City announced Friday that MVP forward Kevin Durant will undergo a third surgery on his right foot and miss the rest of the season — a move that could alter the Warriors’ first-round playoff matchup. The Warriors’ magic number to wrap up the Western Conference’s No. 1 seed is one. “I always hate hearing when anybody is injured and out, especially somebody like Kevin, who is just so good for the league, gracious and such an incredible example,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said.
New York Daily News Mar 27, 2015
Isola: Knicks must take pass on injured Kevin Durant

Isola: Knicks must take pass on injured Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant is done for the season after the Thunder announced that he will need another surgery to repair a broken bone in his foot.
Daily Thunder Mar 27, 2015

Kevin Durant done for the season: Five big questions

So many sads. And so many questions.
Rip City Project Mar 27, 2015

Kevin Durant out 4-6 months, Blazers benefit short-term

One week after being removed from basketball activities, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced that the reigning MVP, Kevin Durant, will have bone graft surgery on his right foot and miss the remainder of the 2014-15 season. The prioritization of Durant’s long-term health is better for him, the Thunder, and (in a more immediate sense) the […] Kevin Durant out 4-6 months, Blazers benefit short-term - Rip City Project - Rip City Project - A Portland Trailblazers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Daily Thunder Mar 27, 2015

Kevin Durant done for the remainder of this season

You might want to sit down.
Welcome to Loud City Mar 27, 2015

Breaking news: Kevin Durant to miss remainder of 2014-2015 season due to "regression" in recovery for broken foot

Kevin Durant's 2014-15 season is over, due to "regression" in his recovery from a broken foot. Kevin Durant's follow-up season to his historic MVP campaign is over. Thunder GM Sam Presti released a statement today announcing that Durant will have a bone graft surgery on his right foot and will miss the remainder of the 2014-15 season. According to Presti, Durant has experienced a "regression" in his foot: Durant's initial fracture was showing signs of "regression" and will undergo a bone graft procedure. Will return to basketball in 4-6 months — Royce Young (@royceyoung) March 27,...
Arizona Republic Mar 27, 2015
Kevin Durant to miss remainder of season

Kevin Durant to miss remainder of season

While the Suns continue to chase the Thunder for the final West playoff spot, Oklahoma City will be without its MVP for the rest of the season.         

Durant needs more surgery, out up to six months

Oklahoma City superstar Kevin Durant, the reigning NBA MVP and arguably the league's deadliest scorer, has been ruled out for the rest of the 2014-15 season with continued complications stemming from his preseason foot injury.

Warriors’ potential first-round playoff series against Oklahoma City would be missing Kevin Durant

The Oklahoma City Thunder for a possible first-round playoff series against the Warriors would be missing star Kevin Durant, who will miss the rest of the season and undergo foot surgery. Thunder general manager Sam Presti said in a statement… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ potential first-round playoff series against Oklahoma City would be missing Kevin Durant appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Houston Chronicle Mar 27, 2015

Thunder star Kevin Durant done for season

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant will miss the rest of the NBA season, the team announced Friday, Durant will undergo bone graft surgery next week on his right foot, which has kept him out since Feb. 19. Without him, the Thunder are in eighth place in the Western Conference, owning the last playoff spot. […]
CSN Washington Mar 27, 2015

Durant done for season, to undergo third surgery on right foot

No more speculation required as the Thunder announce Kevin Durant to undergo yet another surgery on his right foot.
Welcome to Loud City Mar 27, 2015

Kevin Durant injury update: Thunder to release news this afternoon

The Thunder plan to release a statement regarding Durant later today The Thunder have alerted the media that they will be releasing a statement later today about the status of Kevin Durant: Scott Brooks says the Thunder will release an update on Kevin Durant later this afternoon. — Royce Young (@royceyoung) March 27, 2015 Scott Brooks would provide no hints about the forthcoming release. I even asked what the first word was. Wouldn't say. — Royce Young (@royceyoung) March 27, 2015 We will keep you posted as events unfold.
Pounding The Rock Mar 26, 2015

Spurs stay consistent from beginning to end in rout of Thunder

Road teams went 12-1 on Wednesday night in the NBA. LOL, OKC. Game 71 Vs. Oklahoma City: Spurs 130, Thunder 91  Rec: 45-26   3rd in Southwest, 6th in West  Streak: W-1 Officially, the Spurs won the game against the nemesis Thunder around 11 p.m. local time at the AT&T Center. In reality the outcome was decided as soon as the final buzzer sounded the night before at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, a humiliating come-from-ahead loss to a so-so Mavericks squad. Oklahoma City, playing without their most efficient scorer in Kevin Durant, their best interior defender in Serge Ibaka and...
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Thunder vs. Lakers, final score: Oklahoma City dominates the boards and flies past Los Angeles, 127-117

Kanter and Adams won the battle down low, while Westbrook and Waiters took on the scoring load. Box Score | Play-by-Play | Shot Chart | Popcorn Machine | Full Highlights | Russell Westbrook Highlights | Jordan Clarkson Highlights | Dion Waiters On-Court Interview | Dion Waiters Postgame Interview | Jeremy Lin Postgame Interview | Jordan Hill Postgame Interview | Mitch McGary Postgame Interview | Jordan Clarkson Postgame Interview The Win in a Nutshell What's defense? The Oklahoma City Thunder have crushed the Los Angeles Lakers, 127-117. OKC was without Kevin Durant, Serge...

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