Oklahoma City Thunder
Just about everything is better for teams at home. The crowds are nicer. The rims are friendlier. The surroundings are more comfortable.
The NBA Finals’ Game 2 drew the highest preliminary television rating since 2004.
I have to admit, the NBA Finals actually have appeal.
The Miami Heat evened the NBA Finals at one game apiece with a 100-96 victory over the Oklahoma City on Thursday night.
Kevin Durant scored 17 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter, Russell Westbrook added 27 points and 11 assists, and the Oklahoma City Thunder rallied from a 13-point deficit to beat the Miami Heat 105-94 on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
LeBron James versus Kevin Durant. It is the story of these NBA finals. One of them will emerge with his first championship and probably the title of best player in the game.
The NBA Finals tips off Tuesday and what better way to look at the series than a Stoney Six Pack. Here are the six reasons why Miami will win.
Oklahoma sports fans previously split their loyalties between OU and OSU, but now the state has become united behind OKC, as the Thunder prepare for the Heat in the NBA Finals.
After a labor related splintered season, the NBA Finals is quite the perfect storm. In a battle of epic meteorological proportions, the Thunder takes on the Heat. But more importantly, this is the matchup that seems to be the one most of the basketball universe wants to see.