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Steven Adams, who became one of the NBA’s least-liked players over the course of his first season, spoke to local media for his exit interview yesterday and delivered a series of odd, humanizing and hilarious answers as he looked back on the Thunder’s season.
The story of the Western Conference Finals so far has been, Damn, the Spurs are fucking great. The subplot to that story is, Man, this series would at least be competitive if Serge Ibaka wasn’t injured. That subplot may be about to change.
Here’s the thing about time: it’s always moving forward. Both the sad and beautiful thing about life is that we can never have moments back after they’ve been lived. The past is the past, the future is the future, and right now is a gift, that’s why they call it… okay, you get the picture.
Oklahoma City Newspaper Calls Kevin Durant ‘Mr. Unreliable,’ Oklahoma City Newspaper Needs To Stab Itself
— Steve's OKC Central (@stevelackmeyer) May 1, 2014
Kevin Durant is having a subpar start to a first round NBA playoffs series, with a great defender on him, at the age of 25. I hope I don’t have to explain how dumb and pathetic this headline is. Just shut the hell up, editors.
If the goal of a basketball game is to blow minds with incredible feats of athleticism and skill, then the Thunder probably won last night’s Game 2 matchup with the Grizzlies. Thankfully for Memphis fans and logical folks, basketball is much more numbers oriented, and the Grizz pulled out a 111-105 victory in overtime.
The Lakers cruised to a 29-point loss against the Thunder last night. Because at some point Lakers-Thunder sounded like a good matchup, TNT carried the game to a national audience. Rather than issuing an apology, we got payback in the form of watching Charles Barkley nearly go to sleep on air.