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- Kevin Durant deleting Twitter off his phone amid constant Wizards in 2016 questions July 30, 2014Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant won’t be a free agent until the summer of 2016, but he has already been swamped with questions about what he will do two years from now. The recent decision by LeBron James to return to his home team the Cleveland Cavaliers has opened the floodgates for speculation of Durant considering a homecoming to the Washington Wizards. Media and fans alike have asked the reigning NBA MVP his intentions with his every word about the Wizards or Oklahoma City being dissected. Apparently Durant has had enough, as he informed ESPN’s Darren Rovell that he is deleting Twitter off his phone amid the constant Wizards questions. Kevin Durant tells me he’s deleting Twitter from his phone. Doesn’t want the distraction. Won’t leave Twitter itself. — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) July 30, 2014 “I don’t think about it all unless somebody brings it up,” Durant said. “I focus on my teammates, the organization, these great fans in Oklahoma City, the state of Oklahoma...
- Pic taken with fisheye lens makes Kevin Durant’s feet look like Sideshow Bob’s (photo) July 30, 2014While the far more tantalizing story surrounding Kevin Durant involves comments made by the Oklahoma City Thunder superstar at Team USA training camp regarding his uncertain future with his current NBA team. Durant’s relatively noncommittal commentary regarding whether or not a homecoming to the D.C. area to play for the Wizards may be something he’ll […] The post Pic taken with fisheye lens makes Kevin Durant’s feet look like Sideshow Bob’s (photo) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
- Kevin Durant comments on LeBron’s move back to Cleveland July 30, 2014LeBron James caught his share of negative publicity the first time he chose to leave one team for another. Back in July of 2010, LeBron James broke Cleveland’s heart by announcing, on air, that he had decided to leave the Cavaliers, after seven-seasons, to chase rings, in Miami, with the Heat. Looking back, it wasn’t the move that scorned basketball fans, it was the delivery. “The Decision.”. It was the perceived arrogance with which LeBron broke the news. It was shocking. It seemed unprofessional, and cold to a franchise and fanbase, who were crushed with just a few words, muttered from The King’s mouth. Simply put, it was the wrong way to handle the situation. We know that. More importantly, LeBron knows and understands that. Which is why, this Summer, when LBJ made the decision to return home, he took a very different approach, from the one he used in 2010. People have taken notice to the way LeBron has become the good guy again. Sometimes less is more. Returning home, to Cleveland, instantly won
- Kevin Durant on staying with Thunder beyond 2016: 'We'll see' July 30, 2014Kevin Durant and LeBron James appear to be pretty good friends. That was no more evident than when James’ Heat beat Durant’s Thunder in the Finals, and they were working out together that following summer. Strange. With LeBron going back […]
- Let The Kevin Durant-To-The-Washington Wizards Speculation Begin! July 30, 2014The Summer of LeBron and Carmelo is (thankfully!) over, so while you’re already strapped in for the Summer of Love (which may turn into the Fall and Winter — and possibly the following Spring and Summer — of Love) get ready for roughly two years of rumors involving another potential high profile free agent. Kevin Durant, who is entering the final two seasons of his deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, actually provided somewhat of a real answer (translation: he actually gave a long answer) today in response to a question about how he thought LeBron James handled his return to Cleveland: “I thought it was well-thought-out. It was classy. It was a great move to do it as a letter. That was pretty cool. It’s funny seeing guys think about more than just basketball for once. He thought about the city where he comes from, about Northeast Ohio and how he can affect so many of the kids just being there playing basketball. I love that. So many guys get criticized for making the decision that’...