Kevin Durant Out Indefinitely With Foot Fracture


NBA MVP Kevin Durant is out indefinitely with a foot fracture. The Oklahoma City Thunder announced Sunday in a news release that their superstar forward has a Jones fracture in his right foot and that the typical course of action is surgery that requires six to eight weeks of recovery. However, the release also said that Durant and the team had yet to decide on a specific course of action and cannot yet provide a timetable. Here’s what Thunder GM Sam Presti had


Tweet of the Day: Kevin Love Praises Joakim Noah


Joakim Noah is a quiet warrior. The 6-foot-11 Chicago Bulls center has become the team’s best healthy player and even one of the NBA’s best players and he did it completely under the radar. Noah jumped into a leadership role when Derrick Rose tore his meniscus in November. The Bulls have won 21 of 29 games since Jan. 1, an East best. Chicago even managed to keep winning after losing Luol Deng via trade two months ago. On Sunday the Bulls hosted


Tweet of the Day: Russell Westbrook set to Return


Remember when it was announced Russell Westbrook would be out 4-6 weeks of the regular season after a second surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee? Well, less than a week into the season, the Oklahoma City Thunder will have it’s starting point guard back on the court. During the first round of the 2013 playoffs, Westbrook was struck at mid-court by Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley. The incident seemed minor at the time as Westbrook was able to slowly


NBA Rumors and News for October 28, 2013

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Monday, October 28 Daily Trivia: When Shaquille O’Neal signed with the Boston Celtics, this was his __th NBA team? Answer below. Brown, Lee and Marshall waived by Wizards Posted at 08:40 PM ET The Washington Wizards announced Monday they have waived guards Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall. The three players were acquired with Marcin Gortat in last week’s trade with the Phoenix Suns. The Wizards received center Gortat and the three players in exchange for injured center Emeka Okafor and a


NBA Rumors and News for October 27, 2013


Sunday, October 27 Trivia Question: How many NBA championships has Shaquille O’Neal won? Answer below. Rockets to waive Marcus Camby Posted at 07:15 PM ET The Houston Rockets will waive center Marcus Camby on Monday, a source told Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle. Camby has been unable to come back so far from a torn plantar fascia tissue and the team is unable to wait for surgery which could take several months to recover from. Camby, 39, was brought in this summer