Kevin Durant deflated the Bucks with a huge 49-point triple-double as the Nets rallied to win a pivotal Game 5 and take a 3-2 series lead.
Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant inspired Twitter after setting a team playoff record with 49 points and a triple-double.
Trae Young has a reputation as someone who plays to the refs' whistle, and this play in Game 4 reinforced it severely. By Adam Hermann
Kevin Durant had 49 points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists as the Nets rallied past the Bucks 114-108 for a pivotal Game 5 win and 3-2 series lead.
They might not be the biggest names, but they can help the Warriors.
49 points and 48 minutes from Kevin Durant. What a night.
After this tweet, we can likely count the Georgia native as among those who want a head coach of color for the Celtics.
Raiders QB Derek Carr named one of the biggest 'losers' of the offseason
The Clippers could face a different Utah Jazz team in Game 5 of their series as Mike Conley is making progress for his return from injury.
One player was unanimous, but not the MVP.
All-NBA selections were announced Tuesday, with Nikola Jokic, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Steph Curry, Luka Doncic and Kawhi Leonard making the first team.
Tim Hardaway Jr. shot over 39 percent from 3-point range this season.
Brad Stonebraker takes a deep dive into Kevin Durant torching the Bucks for a 49-point triple-double and ponders the All-NBA selections. (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)
Hank Cherry became the fourth angler in the 51-year history of the Bassmaster Classic to repeat as champion, doing so with an unusual catch.
The two-time championship head coach has deep ties to the state of Oregon.
“It was crazy, I can’t believe it happened,” said a witness in the group to a golf blog
Player development coaches Theo Robertson and Luke Loucks reportedly have left the Warriors.
The UFC will give the Tecia Torres vs. Angela Hill booking another shot.
Mac Jones is making a strong impression in his early work for the Patriots, as the first-round rookie quarterback has fared well at minicamp.
LeBron James had a one-word reaction on Twitter to Kyrie Irving rolling his ankle — and we can't run it here.