Team USA Men's Basketball To Play For Gold MedalThe U.S. men's basketball team has advanced to its third straight Olympic gold-medal game, beating Spain 82-76 on Friday.
Durant Scores 16, Team USA Blasts Venezuela In RioShaking off a sluggish, sloppy start and maybe some Brazilian boredom, the Americans regrouped in the second quarter and romped over Venezuela 113-69 on Monday.
PHOTOS: Warriors At The Rio GamesCheck out photos of our own Golden State Warriors superstars compete at the U.S. Olympics in Rio de Janeiro...
Warriors Superstar Durant Shines, USA Routs China 119-62 In Men's BasketballThe U.S. Olympic men's basketball team began its charge toward a third straight gold medal with a 119-62 rout of China on Saturday.
Enes Kanter Continually Taking Jabs At Kevin DurantThunder big man Enes Kanter just can't stop taking jabs at the Warriors' Kevin Durant after his decision to switch teams. Things intensified after Russell Westbrook signed an extension.
WATCH: Westbrook Laughs When Asked How He Feels About DurantThe Oklahoma City guard doesn't exactly seem pleased about his former teammate's decision.
Durant Shines In New Home, Team USA Routs ChinaCheered all night long by his basketball-crazed new fan base, Durant knocked down a 3-pointer on the Americans' first touch and slammed home a dunk the very next time down the floor.
Warriors Fans Ready To Give Durant A Hometown WelcomeEven in a jersey with "USA" on the chest, Kevin Durant got some boos at Staples Center on Sunday night.
Kevin Durant Breaks Down Name Drops In Famous Hip-Hop SongsKevin Durant sat down and discussed his name being used in songs by rappers Drake, Jay-Z, J. Cole, Fabolous and Logic.
How The Warriors Could Possibly Fail With Kevin DurantSo Kevin Durant is now in Golden State, and the Warriors look on paper to be the most dominant team we may have ever seen. Two MVPs, four members of All-NBA, four All-Stars, but it’s not just the raw talent for the Warriors, it’s how they fit together.
Warriors Dream Comes True; Durant Signed To A ContractCalling it a dream come true, the Golden State Warriors welcomed free agent Kevin Durant Thursday while also saying farewell to former starters Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barnes.
Former Warrior Harrison Barnes Inks Deal With MavericksThe Mavericks signed free agent forward Harrison Barnes to a four-year, $94 million maximum contract as soon as the rules allowed, with a lighthearted poke at the drama that cost them DeAndre Jordan last year.

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