5:24 AM EST, Mon January 26, 2015

Fantasy Update

10 hours ago
Kevin Durant led the Thunder on Sunday with 32 points on 12-of-23 shooting, as well as six rebounds, nine assists and two blocks, but it wasn't enough to hold off the Cavaliers.
Plain Dealer 6 hours ago

Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James bests Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant and his expanding game: Bill Livingston (slideshow)

Kevin Durant passed beautifully when the Cavaliers forced him to, but when the game was on the line, LeBron James again had more ways to win the game.
Plain Dealer 10 hours ago

LeBron James bests Kevin Durant in Cavaliers' latest win: Joe Vardon's instant analysis

LeBron James outlasts Kevin Durant in marquee Sunday matinee as Cavaliers win sixth straight.
Rotoworld 10 hours ago

Kevin Durant's 32 points not enough for OKC - Kevin Durant (F) Oklahoma City Thunder

Kevin Durant led the Thunder on Sunday with 32 points on 12-of-23 shooting, as well as six rebounds, nine assists and two blocks, but it wasn't enough to hold off the Cavaliers.

LeBron James scores 34, Cavs win sixth straight with 108-98 victory against Thunder

CLEVELAND – LeBron James outdueled Thunder forward Kevin Durant in the only battle this season between the two most recent Most Valuable Players and the Cavaliers won their sixth straight with a 108-98 victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday. James had 34 points and seven rebounds and Kevin Love had 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Cavs, who look like a different team since a pair of trades in recent weeks have reshaped the roster. Durant had 32 points and nine assists and guard Russell Westbrook had 22 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds for the Thunder, who closed a...
Welcome to Loud City Jan 24, 2015

Five Frustrations with the Thunder's loss to the Hawks

KD goes cold, Jackson won't work with Waiters, and much more! 1. KD's random cold streak Kevin Durant is normally the bedrock of the Thunder offense, and can be counted on to shoot no less than 40%. But KD was majorly off last night. Durant shot 36% from the field after a 3 of 3 start. There wasn't anything special about Atlanta's defense of KD, either. Carroll and Sefolosha were the hired defenders, and neither were very physical with Durant. Atlanta gave KD room to fail, and he failed. But really, the whole situation is partially KD's fault. Look at this shot chart: Why so many...
Washington Post Jan 22, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Marcin Gortat received more all-star votes than Kevin Durant

Remember when Kevin Durant dunked all over Marcin Gortat on Wednesday night? Yeah, well, the Wizards’ big man just hammered one home over the Thunder superstar in a surprising arena: final voting for the NBA All-Star Game.Read full article >>
Bullets Forever Jan 22, 2015

Kevin Durant reminds Wizards why they want him so bad

Kevin Durant put on a show to remember as the Thunder pulled out a 105-103 win over the team that's desperately trying to recruit him in 2016. Kevin Durant showed the Washington Wizards why they would want him and Russell Westbrook showed part of the reason why it will be hard to get him to leave Oklahoma City. On a night filled with hints, speculation and overt campaigning for the PG County native to return home during free agency, Durant and Westbrook came through in the clutch in regulation and overtime as the Thunder hung on for a 105-103 victory The KD2DC hype was out in full force at...
CSN Washington Jan 22, 2015

Durant on his rare games in D.C.: Don't take them for granted

Kevin Durant's lone appearance in town this season included many questions about whether he'd ever call D.C. hs professional home. That didn't prevent the local kid from cherishing being at home for now.
Washington Post Jan 22, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Sorry Wizards fans, Thunder supporters say Kevin Durant isn’t leaving OKC

Amid all the KD2DC hype, it’s easy to forget that as happy as a Kevin Durant homecoming in 2016 would make Wizards fans, the D.C. native’s possible departure from Oklahoma City via free agency would leave an entire fan base feeling spurned.Read full article >>
Bullets Forever Jan 22, 2015

Kevin Durant goes to D.C., beats D.C.

Today's Wake-Up Call takes a look at how Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook almost single-handedly beat the Wizards, and we take a look at Kevin Seraphin's long-term future with the Wizards. 1. Russell Westbrook, Thunder finish off Wizards, 105-103, in overtime The Wizards held a twelve-point lead at halftime. When the Thunder started getting hot from beyond the arc in the second half, though, that lead quickly evaporated and gave way to show-stopping performances from Kevin Durant and Westbrook, who combined to score 66 points, despite a strong 18 point, 13 assist, and 4 steal performance...

NBA results and news, Jan. 21: Thunder win in Durant’s hometown

Russell Westbrook drove for the winning layup with 0.8 seconds left in overtime to cap a 32-point night, and Kevin Durant greeted the latest KD2DC craze with 34 points Wednesday night as the visiting Thunder topped the Wizards 105-103 for their their fourth straight win. Durant’s annual homecoming to his native D.C. has morphed into a recruiting sideshow ahead of the 2016 free-agency season, with “KD2DC” T-shirts and signs becoming popular items. DeMarre Carroll and Jeff Teague each scored 17 points, 6-foot-7 Kyle Korver dunked for the first time in more than two years, and host...
Bullets Forever Jan 21, 2015

Wizards vs. Thunder final score: Westbrook, Durant pull out 105-103 overtime win

Poor decision making late in the game do Washington over as they're unable to stave off Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook in overtime. It took one slip-up by Bradley Beal -- one small misstep -- that led to Russell Westbrook's game winning layup in overtime on Kevin Durant's homecoming in the Phone Booth. With 3.6 seconds remaining, and the game tied at 103, the Thunder kept it simple. They broke out of their stacked alignment with Dion Waiters cutting to the corner, Russell Westbrook darting down court, and leaving Kevin Durant to curl off a Steven Adams down-screen. It's a sideline...
Washington Post Jan 21, 2015

Durant, Westbrook lift Thunder past Wizards in overtime, 105-103

For months, speculation of Kevin Durant’s potential homecoming has swirled. It has been a steady topic on social media and blogs and the rumor mill. On Wednesday night, it consumed Verizon Center.Durant still has a season and a half before he hits free agency, however, and he still has plenty to accomplish with Oklahoma City. The Prince George’s native combined with teammate Russell Westbrook on Wednesday night to close the game with 18 straight points and lift the Thunder to a thrilling 105-103 win over the Wizards before a capacity crowd of 20,356 at Verizon Center.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jan 21, 2015

Kevin Durant throws down BIG dunk on Marcin Gortat

In his homecoming, Kevin Durant took the opportunity to dunk all over Marcin Gortat. Watch it here.
CSN Washington Jan 21, 2015

How realistic is the KD-to-DC movement for 2016?

The Wizards have put themselves in position to land a big name free agent come 2016. How realistic is their pursuit of Kevin Durant?

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