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I want my MTV with KD!

Oklahoma City’s favorite millionaire fronts ‘Nothing but Net.’

Whether or not our Oklahoma City Thunder power through to victory in the NBA Finals, one thing’s for sure: Kevin Durant is soon to be seen on MTV.

Well, MTV2, that is. Durant is scheduled to appear on the channel’s sports documentary, Nothing but Net, at noon July 17. Here, have a preview clip of KD playing ref at Douglass High School:



It’s Friday, so I’m in a good mood, so here, have another, with KD getting all RedPinny:


How ’bout a third? Sorry. All out. —Rod Lott

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Thunder city

The Thunder didn’t just make it to the NBA Finals this year — it changed the face of Oklahoma City.


Sports

Nicole Hill
For many years, Oklahoma City existed in shadows.
 
Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Wanna bet?


CFN

Gazette staff
Thunder pride and gambling mania have taken hold at the Oklahoma City Public Schools district.
 
Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Thunderstruck


Sports

Gazette staff
Well, that was one helluva season for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
 
Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Tattoo you

 
Monday, July 30, 2012

Thunderstruck

OKC Thunder star Kevin Durant’s movie debut hurts as much as an NBA Playoffs loss to the Miami Heat.


Comedy

Harrison Lott
Editor’s note: For Thunderstruck, the new family comedy starring the Thunder’s Kevin Durant, it struck us that, since the movie is really aimed at pre-teen and teenaged KD fans, who better to review it than an avowed Thunder fan of that age? Here with his review is guest critic Harrison Lott, a 15-year-old student at Edmond Memorial High School.
 
Friday, August 24, 2012

Thunder-yuck


CFN

Gazette staff
Thunderstruck boasts more than just the distinction of marking the big-screen debut of OKC Thunder superstar Kevin Durant. The film, an alleged comedy in which the Durantula’s basketball skills are inadvertently swiped by a school kid, might just be the first-ever family-friendly movie to include an appearance by an accused child molester. Granted, there was that John Wayne Gacy cameo in 1974’s Herbie Rides Again, but we’re told you’ve gotta look really fast for that one.
 
Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Durant’s delayed

Questions over an entrance delay a planned Bricktown restaurant named for Kevin Durant.


News

Clifton Adcock
The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority has held off on approving plans for a new downtown restaurant that will bear the name of Thunder star Kevin Durant.
 
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
 
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