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Steven Adams and Nick Collison aren't the biggest names on the court, but they deserve the spotlight for their intense pre-game handshake.
Remember that goofy pregame routine LeBron James used to do with the Cavs before heading to Miami and getting all I gotta be serious to be a champion.
Call it the new four-point play.
The Spurs may have deluded us into believing they were preparing for Serge Ibaka to rip off his warmups before Game 1 in San Antonio Monday night, but they didn't play like he was in the game.
In Game 6, Oklahoma City's 6-10 power forward and rim protector Serge Ibaka injured his calf muscle in the third period.
Thunder forward Kevin Durant has had quite a weekend.
The Thunder's forward off the bench, Nick Collison, has never been a big-time first option on offense since coming to the NBA out of Kansas in 2004.
Behind every great team, the superstars and the dynasties, are the guys that the average fans don't know about.
Last night, Kevin Durant appeared to have uploaded a picture of himself smoking to his Twitter account.
Let's establish this first: the NBA isn't always given its fair due in regards to tough athletes.
Social media is at an all-time high among NBA athletes right now.
From the intensity of the playoffs, the most memorable moments arise.
You would think a hush would've rained over Cleveland.
Only two dozen or so games remain in the NBA regular season and we still don't fully understand the identity of either the Rockets or the Nets.
The Oklahoma City Thunder popped up in a local ad for Norman Chrysler Jeep Dodge, and it's the stuff awkward public access dreams are made of.
The second hand hasn't slowed down yet for Father Time, Tim Duncan.
When most fans of the NBA think about reserve players, they think about the best sixth men.