Kevin Durant has an odd way of trying to make things right with Thunder fans. The NBA Finals MVP did his best recently to endear Paul George to his new Oklahoma City home, a curious tactic considering Durant’s rocky split with the Thunder during last year’s free-agency period. “KD was like, ‘That place will blow...
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By Gareth Jones - Friday Jul 7, 2017
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