Poor Kevin Durant.
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Poor Kevin Durant.
âLeBron James stands at the cusp/doorstep/brink/edge/diving board/gates/feet/nipples of greatness,â the copy editors are shouting this morning, as sports fans everywhere eagerly anticipate what will be a moment of celebration for some and Armageddon for others.
We expected a series that would border on instant classic and so far, with the Miami Heat leading the Oklahoma City Thunder 2-1, the NBA Finals are sort of living up to those expectations.
With a 105-94 win on Tuesday night, Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder struck first against the Miami Heat, who held a double digit lead for the majority of Game 1.
Kevin Pritchard may be the new general manager of the Indiana Pacers, but heâll always be âthat dipsh*t who drafted Greg Oden over Kevin Durantâ to me.
When Orlando Magic and eventual Brooklyn Nets center Dwight Howard agreed to sign his one-year extension to "let the Magic try to keep him", a lot of people were pissed off at Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade when he made fun of Howard on Twitter for his overzealous use of the word "loyalty".
Iâm a big sucker for fan art â well, appropriate fan art â and thatâs why Iâve been pounding my desk all morning over the news that the worldâs biggest patent troll is going after Etsyâs new $40 million investment.
So I know that Kate Upton is old and busted and that Paulina Gretzky is the new hotness, but until Paulina trades in the PicsPlz for Skullcandy's HD video cameras and starts hanging out with Kevin Durant instead of local stoners in Captain America hoodies we're gonna keep waving the Kate Upton flag.
Every few years, a TV network or a shoe company decides that sports guys should be super heroes.
The sports world is abuzz with the news that a Magic-Johnson fronted group broke the dang old bank in order to purchase the Dodgers for over $2 billion, which is a figure so absurd that it may as well be written like a comic strip character says cuss words.
Are you an NBA fan who hates watching his favorite player play basketball, but loves reading what he has to say about his day-to-day minutia and hashtag causes on the Internet.
I'd like to be a NBA hipster and claim that I'm already over this damned Jeremy Lin hype, but I'd be lying.
There have been very few surprises in the NBA through the first 7 games of the season.