Top 3 NBA News: Kevin Durant’s Return To Oklahoma City Ended In Defeat – Westbrook Leading With 34 points

Top 3 NBA News: Kevin Durant’s Return To Oklahoma City Ended In Defeat – Westbrook Leading With 34 points

Miami Heat puts an end to the Celtics’ winning streak while LeBron scores 23 points in 12 minutes. Kevin Durant’s return to Oklahoma City ended in defeat. … READ MORE:

3. Celtics’ win streak comes to an end at 16

the Boston Celtics, their winning streak was stopped at 16 after losing to the Miami Heat 104-98. It struggled against Miami throughout the game. But it was also one of those games where everything went right for one team. Celtics has won their last 16 games, including an amazing victory against the reigning champions Warriors.

But these streaks always seem to end against a team you never expect it to. Primetime Dion Waiters helped Miami Heat to close out the Celtics with a 104 – 98 win. This ended their 16 game winning streak.

2. LeBron James goes off in the fourth quarter, leads Cavs to sixth straight victory

Last night, the Cleveland Cavaliers stayed hot as they downed the Brooklyn Nets 119-109 for their sixth successive victory. LeBron James had 23 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter.

LeBron had to exit the game for a while due to a cut on his lip. But he was back in time for the fourth quarter, and absolutely took over. He went 7 for 8 from the floor in the final 12 minutes, scoring 23 of the Cavs’ 42 points in the frame.

During the game, LeBron James had a wide-open fast break, which usually results in a highlight dunk. But the surprising part of it is that this time it did not work.

1. Kevin Durant’s return to Oklahoma City ended in defeat – Westbrook leading with 34 points

Kevin Durant’s return to Oklahoma City ended in defeat. Russell Westbrook led the Thunder to a 108-91 victory over reigning NBA champions the Golden State Warriors.

MVP Westbrook had his way with the Warriors, scoring 34 points, 10 rebounds, and nine assists. He even enticed Durant to get chippy on the court, which is exactly what his former team-mate wanted. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook still have some bad blood leftover from Durant’s departure.

Durant had 21 points and five rebounds. But he was one of just three Warriors to score in double digits on the night.

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