The previous two meetings between the Thunder and the Warriors have been filled with Russell Westbrook scowls and mean-mugs.
For Oklahoma City, Tuesday night was a statement game at Oracle. And that statement was, “watch out.”
The NBA's elite teams made significant moves to specifically combat the NBA champion Warriors.
When asked if he thinks his presence will change Cleveland’s philosophy on the defensive end Durant replied, “What do you think.”
While the Warriors have already secured the No. 1 seed in the NBA's Western Conference, the No. 8 seed — and Golden State's first round opponent — has yet to be decided.
Kevin Durant scored 34 points in his return to Oklahoma City to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 130-114 victory over the Thunder.
More than three hours before each game, Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook can be found in the same place.
Maybe it was burnout, but it seemed no one was hyped for this rematch. Except Kevin Durant.
Led by Kevin Durant, the Warriors crushed the Oklahoma City Thunder in a Western Conference Finals rematch.
Forget the days of the "Big Three," the Warriors are set to unveil their "Big Four."
On the strength of a powerful third quarter, Golden State defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 96-88 in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals.
The Warriors came through in the clutch to force a Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals.
Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook had a pointed response to a question about Stephen Curry's defensive capability.
Golden State dug deep to down the Oklahoma City Thunder 120-111 Thursday, gaining steam as they head to the Midwest.
Golden State was walloped by the Thunder 133-105, trailing by as much as 40 points Sunday evening.
Stephen Curry had a 90-second stretch for the decades Wednesday evening, pushing the Warriors over the Thunder in Game 2.
The Warriors seemed to have Game 1 in the bag before the game flipped into a 108-102 loss.
The Warriors and Thunder provided a little deja vu Thursday, as Golden State beat Oklahoma City for the second time in six days.
The Oklahoma Thunder did something to the Golden State Warriors Saturday night where nearly every previous opponent has failed.
Golden State’s offseason went like this: bottle, bottle, new corkscrew, bottle.
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State exploded for a 26-point win over Kevin Durant and Oklahoma City.
Golden State pulled up its bootstraps, tightened its grip and snapped the Thunder's seven-game winning streak.
The next month will give an honest look at how good the Warriors can be.
ORACLE ARENA — The decision has been made. In the final seconds of a Warriors game, the ball will be in Andre Iguodala's hands.
The Warriors may have advanced to the playoffs, but nobody is predicting they'll make it past the first round.
Back-to-back blowouts for Golden State could leave worried Warriors fans haunted by their least-favorite old sayings.
The Warriors cracked down on the Thunder Wednesday night, with an all-out battle culminating in a 104-99, big-time win.
When the NBA announces its All-Star reserves Thursday, the Warriors expect David Lee and Stephen Curry to be on that list.