Keidel: If You Can't Beat Them, Join ThemKevin Durant will sign with the Golden State Warriors, conceding that his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, can't beat them.
Keidel: Don't Underestimate The Warriors Like I DidDid the Warriors win the Western Conference Finals, or did the Thunder give it to them? Either way, Golden State is favored to repeat.
Will Golden State's Playoff Run End In Oklahoma City?The Warriors changed the NBA with their new-world game. But one eternal basketball truth still holds... shots closer to the rim are easier.
Keidel: Spurs Will Continue To ContendThe Thunder rolled over the Spurs, again. But San Antonio's future remains bright, with or without Duncan, Ginobili and Parker.
2016 NBA Playoffs: Western Conference PreviewThe Warriors dominated the NBA regular season, with the Spurs close behind. Can Curry and company take the West again?
Durant Leads Thunder Past Lakers In Bryant's Final Road GameBryant looked vintage in the first quarter with 13 points, but he went scoreless the rest of the way.
Adams' Late Basket Lifts Thunder Past Clippers, 119-117The Clippers played without usual starters Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan and J.J. Redick, as coach Doc Rivers chose to rest them.
Clippers Rally From 22 Down To Beat Thunder, 103-98It was the largest comeback win of the season for the Clippers.
Thunder Rout Lakers Again, 120-85Kevin Durant added 21 points for the Thunder in a rematch of their game at Oklahoma City, when they trounced the Lakers 118-78 with runs of 18-0 and 17-2.
Westbrook Scores 27 As Thunder Win, 127-117, Over LakersNBA scoring leader Russell Westbrook poured in 27 points and added 11 assists and Enes Kanter contributed 25 points and 16 rebounds as the Thunder beat the Lakers 127-117 on Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory.
Paul, Redick Help Clippers End Thunder Streak, 120-108Chris Paul had 33 points and nine assists, J.J. Redick added 25 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat Oklahoma City 120-108 on Wednesday night, ending the Thunder's seven-game home winning streak.
With No Durant Or Westbrook, OKC Still Tops Lakers, 108-101Serge Ibaka had 18 points and 14 rebounds, D.J. Augustin added 18 points and nine rebounds, and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Los Angeles Lakers 108-101 Sunday night without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.