Laura Ingraham is a Fox News personality whose job is to say nice things about Donald Trump and generally seem kind of impatient, a job that she carries off while exuding all the charisma and personal warmth of a clenched butt cheek. Last night, during her show Laura Ingraham Would Like To Speak To A Manager, she took…
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A squabble over space during a media scrum led one cameraman filming Kevin Durant to threaten another cameraman filming Kevin Durant. “I will knock you the fuck out,” said one cameraman. “What we doing?” asked Kevin Durant.
God bless ESPN’s Chris Haynes, who has tossed a bomb right into the NBA’s mid-season swoon by reporting that LeBron James is willing to meet with the Golden State Warriors about potentially joining them via free agency this summer.
The NBA continues to be cranky as hell. Last night Kevin Durant got ejected again, for the fourth time this season, late in the Warriors’ 123-112 win over the Knicks. Then in his post-match presser, he called out referee James Williams by name for targeting him.
We’re smack dab in the middle of post-holidays winter, when all there is to do is be pissed off about the fact that there’s nothing to look forward to in the immediate future other than some dark, cold days. This wears on everybody, but it seems to be wearing on NBA players in particular.
After their 118-108 victory over the Cavaliers in Cleveland last night, the Golden State Warriors found that there was no hot water in the locker room.
ESPN editor Jovan Buha noticed something intriguing today: Drake has the numbers 30 and 35, the numbers that Steph Curry and Kevin Durant wear, tattooed on his left arm. The initial photo, taken of Drake playing basketball in a LeBron James high school jersey of all things, was not entirely clear, though the numbers…
The NBA has acknowledged that the referees screwed up on the string of no-foul calls in the final minutes of yesterday’s Warriors victory over the Cavaliers. The Last Two Minute report from the game identifies three Kevin Durant fouls that were not called, as well as one by LeBron James.
The Warriors beat the Cavs thanks in large part to a string of late no-calls on what could and should have been fouls on Kevin Durant, guarding LeBron James in the waning possessions of Golden State’s 99-92 win. Durant, possessed of a new aggressive streak this season that extends to his defense, doesn’t want to hear…
A 31-point, 18-rebound game from Kevin Love went to waste as the Warriors beat Cleveland 99-92 thanks in part to officials refusing to call a foul on Kevin Durant as the Golden State star manhandled LeBron James in the final minute of the game.
Larry Nance Jr., you’re a hero for this one.
Warriors director of team operations Eric Housen has a big job, behind the scenes, keeping Golden State’s basketball operation running smoothly. Lots of good stuff about Housen’s role in this New York Times story, read it for yourself, yes, yes, BRING ME THE STORY OF KEVIN DURANT FLEEING DEMARCUS COUSINS IN TERROR:
Through the first 810 games of his career, Kevin Durant was ejected just twice. Through the first 18 games of this season, he’s been booted off the floor three times. Last night brought us the latest incident, in which Durant got into it with Boogie Cousins during the final minutes of the game, earning himself a…
Here’s an email I just got, from a Google employee, beneath the subject line: “Kevin Durant just leaked YouTube news ;)”
The biggest feud in the NBA, one which both parties would like you to believe is not in fact a feud, finally came to a head tonight. Russ and KD met a few times last season, and did a bit of chirping, but during tonight’s game they finally, truly, got into it.
Kevin Durant, who might not be the NBA’s consensus best player but is widely regarded as the league’s No. 1 lame, might’ve put his embarrassing Twitter fiasco from this summer behind him after apologizing and weathering the storm of jokes. But he never addressed the crux of the issue, the thing that made Stephen…
Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant finished the game in the locker room as the Warriors took their second loss of the season in a 111-101 loss to the Grizzlies. Curry was ejected for throwing his mouthpiece; it’s unclear what earned Durant the heave-ho, though both ejections came in the final minute of an eight-point…
P.J. Dozier, an undrafted rookie who signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder yesterday and will be wearing the No. 35 jersey for as long as he is with the team, told reporters that his choice in jersey number had nothing to do with Kevin Durant, who wore No. 35 for nine years in Oklahoma City before leaving.