Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers considers Kevin Durant "the single most difficult guy to defend" in the NBA.
The day after his Oklahoma City Thunder was knocked out of the second round of the playoffs by the Memphis Grizzlies, Kevin Durant vowed to learn from this season, not lament it.
Making the Western Conference finals is entirely unfamiliar territory for the Memphis Grizzlies. The Griz are relishing it, Ramona Shelburne writes.
Kevin Durant is scoring, passing and leading more, but the Thunder still trail the Grizzlies in the West semis.
Kevin Durant has done more of everything for the Oklahoma City Thunder since Russell Westbrook was lost for the rest of the season with a knee injury after Game 2 of the Thunder's first round series against the Houston Rockets.
By gaining an edge in their West semifinal series with No. 1 seed Oklahoma City, the Grizzlies just might be the West favorites now, Ramona Shelburne writes.
The Rockets went small in Game 2 and nearly had a big payoff. But OKC finds a way to win, writes Ramona Shelburne.
Kobe Bryant knows the Thunder's time is coming, but he will not concede.
As long as No. 24 is in the lineup, L.A. will be in the hunt.
Clippers seek Oklahoma City success by building around their big talent.
The former UCLA standout's athleticism was on display in Game 1.
Lakers' Artest, and his blond 'do, keep Durant in check.