The Oklahoma City Thunder pulled together a strong second half with Kevin Durant leading the charge in a 104-92 victory over the Houston Rockets. After scoring 73 points in the first half, OKC held the Rockets to just 19 points TOTAL in the second half which is officially the biggest disparity of scoring between halves for an NBA team in NBA history.
KD played good defense, but he was no slouch on offense. He dropped 36 points, 5 rebounds, and 7 assists in a new colorway of the Nike Zoom KD VI.
Durant debuted a new NikeiD creation with a “Chroma” version of the Nike Zoom KD VI. The shoe has a black and blue upper with a speckled midsole and blue hero accents to complement the rest of the shoe. You can buy this NikeiD shoe for $180.
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