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Kevin Durant on game vs. OKC: "It's never going to be a regular game for me."

Photo by Layne Murdoch Jr./NBAE via Getty Images

Photo by Layne Murdoch Jr./NBAE via Getty Images

Tonight we will watch once again one of the best games in the NBA, because of rivalry between Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.

After they played eight NBA seasons together, tonight they will face each other, second time this season.

Last time, Golden State Warriors won easily 122-96. Durant scored 39 points and Westbrook had only 20 points.

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Durant has a pre-game interview with ESPN.

"It's never going to be a regular game for me," Durant told ESPN in advance of his second go-around with OKC. "I'm just going to play. There's nothing serious. We got the first one out the way, and we're just going to play the next game."

What's happening between you and Westbrook?

"I talked about that already," Durant adamantly said. "I'm not talking about that right now. Anything about the game, I'll talk to you. All that other stuff, I don't have anything to say."

The two still haven't spoken.

Durant said the Thunder are still very much a dangerous team that cannot be taken lightly. You could tell he's looking forward to the game.

"I'm excited," he said.

It will be a great game, but the Warriors will play without Klay Thompson.

Oklahoma City Thunder win only 5 games in the last 10, and tonight will be very tough to beat the best team in the league.

What do you think, who will score more points - Kevin Durant or Russell Westbrook?


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