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There's a share of the blame to go around to everybody, including Westbrook and KD. Everyone's blaming the poor bench play for last night's loss to the Warriors. But I'm not so sure. The Thunder played without Westbrook or Durant for a total of two minutes and 34 seconds last night. The Warriors won that span of play 3-2. Hardly a significant impact on the game. So if it wasn't the bench, than what was it? The Warriors weren't able to generate more than a 5 point run against any specific Thunder lineup. Thus, in order to understand the game, we must split Donovan's lineups into...
Golden State Of Mind Feb 6, 2016
The Warriors battled. They fought. At the end of the day, they flipped on the afterburners in time to secure their 41st home win in a row, second all-time. Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors are probably pretty sick of how much the other party is discussed about in connection with him/them. Tonight justified the cosmic link, as Durant's 38-13 squad came into Oakland tonight to face off against Stephen Curry and the 45-4 Warriors, who came in undefeated on their home court. Durant and Russell Westbrook form what is commonly viewed as the most potent one-two punch in the league, if...
Orlando Sentinel Feb 4, 2016
An NBA review of the officiating during Wednesday night's Orlando Magic-Oklahoma City Thunder game determined the referees missed a Thunder offensive foul that helped pave the way for Russell Westbrook to tie the score 114-114 with 29.2 seconds remaining.According to the league, Oklahoma City's...
Orlando Pinstriped Post Feb 3, 2016
The Magic hung tough with the Thunder, with Kevin Durant sinking their hopes late. A last-second three-pointer by Kevin Durant ended the Orlando Magic’s hopes of a signature win on Wednesday, as the Thunder prevailed by a score of 117-114. Magic shooting guard Victor Oladipo came within one point of his career high, scoring 37 in the loss. Durant, along with guard Russell Westbrook combined for 61 points, 19 assists, and 24 rebounds thanks to a career-high 19 boards by Westbrook. The Thunder were the second-ranked offense in the league coming into the game, but Orlando kept pace in...
The Ledger Feb 3, 2016
Kevin Durant hit a 3-pointer with just a half-second on the clock, Russell Westbrook posted his third straight triple-double with 24 points, a career-high 19 rebounds and 14 assists and the Oklahoma City Thunder held off the Orlando Magic 117-114 on Wednesday night.
Magic BasketBlog | Orlando Sentinel Feb 3, 2016
OKLAHOMA CITY — It would be understandable if Orlando Magic players still felt haunted by what Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook did to them on Oct. 30. Forty-eight points. Eleven rebounds. Eight assists. And, most painful of all, as time expired in regulation, Westbrook heaved...
CSN Washington Feb 2, 2016
Russell Westbrook's triple-double was too much, added to contributions from Kevin Durant, in the Wizards' road loss to Oklahoma City. Recap it here with Wizards Rewind.
Washington Post Feb 2, 2016
Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka combined for nearly as rebounds as the Wizards had as a team Monday.
Bradley Beal scores 18, but the Thunder sweep the regular season series against the Wizards After a hard-fought win against James Harden and Dwight Howard on Saturday night, it was different story on Monday against Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. The Wizards could not get out in front of the explosiveness of the Thunder and lost 114-98. Two fast-paced teams traded baskets for the first six minutes of the game. This game may have been too fast for Washington because they turned it over four times in the beginning stretch despite going 6 of 7 from the field. Kevin Durant and Russell...
Wizards lose to the Thunder in OKC. Talk through it here.
Keep talkin' here. Sorry it is late
CSN Washington Feb 1, 2016
John Wall admits that he and Russell Westbrook have similar styles of play, but he gives Westbrook the edge in two important categories.
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 1, 2016
Durant can become a free agent after the 2015-16 season, Westbrook the following season.
CSN Washington Feb 1, 2016
The Wizards travel to OKC for a showdown with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. on CSN and live streaming online here via NBC Sports Live Extra.
The Washington Wizards haven't done much to endear themselves to Kevin Durant this season. The team has dropped off, John Wall didn't take a leap forward this season, and Bradley Beal hasn't been able to put together a stable enough stretch of games to show people he deserves to be a max player yet. And let's not forget Kevin Durant doesn't appear to be a big fan of some fans in the Washington area. Some teams would cut their losses and pursued other options at times like this, but not the Wizards, according to Jorge Castillo: But the Wizards don't foresee pivoting away from their...
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