Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 at 9:40 am  |  12 responses

Kevin Durant and Tony Parker Do Battle (VIDEO)

The OKC Thunder, led by Kevin Durant (37 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists), continue to roll. Tony Parker put up a season-high 36 points in the San Antonio Spurs’ 111-105 home loss.

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  • Dfrance

    Guarding Tony Parker must be such a chore. He’s very rarely settles for jumpers. He just keeps driving at you and driving at you until he gets a layup.

    KD is playing out of this world right now, not much to say about that.

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  • Lloyd

    Kevin Durant is playing out of his mind lately. Currently, he sits at 165th on the all time NBA points scoring list with around 13,500 (he’ll move up a couple spots at least in the next couple of games). Can he become the all time leading scorer in NBA history, passing KAJ?

    *for the record, Lebron sits at 29th right now with just a bit north of 22,000. He’ll be passing Clyde Drexler for 28th within 3 games probably.

  • Mariano

    I think that you’re not crediting Reggie Jackson (27 pts, 12-17 FG, 8 ast) enough. Reggie kept them in the game every time SA tried to pull away. KD played well, but at some points he was struggling (11 TO’s, career high I believe) and the only guy who truly was stepping up was Jackson. I’m not taking anything away from KD, he played well and he has the whole team on his back while RW is out, but I’m just saying…

  • Anthony

    KD is not only playing different, but his attitude is different (in my opinion). He’s cussing at people, taunting, playing with a chip on his shoulder. He’s supposedly buddy-buddy with Perk now-a-days. 2 me that would explain the change in demeanor. The real question is how will the return of Westbrook effect the “NEW” KD aka “The Slim Reaper” (as apparetly tagged by ESPN media machine)

  • JJ Jones

    This is what I’ve been trying to say he has that edge now

  • Dfrance

    WTF??? What happened here I missed that. lol

  • Dfrance

    I think its gonna be on Westbrook to take the initiative and adjust to KDs game. KD is doing what he has to do to win games now, but I feel deep down inside he’s still the same KD that will defer to Westbrook, who is the more dominant personality.

    If Russ comes back as the same gunslinger he’s always been, KD will just fall back. But if Westbrook makes the effort to keep KD as the main focus, he’ll keep killin.

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  • vannshy

    the weirderst NBA related gif ever

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  • sauce

    I was expecting a rap battle…