For OKC, too much Kevin Durant?
Kevin Durant has come close at times, but he can't do it alone. The NBA's brightest individual stars, from Michael Jordan to LeBron James, have learned that lesson in the playoffs. And Durant is learning it, too -- especially since, for the first time since his rookie season in Seattle, he's playing without sidekick Russell Westbrook.
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