Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
NBA finals kicked off with game one on Tuesday night. And with Kevin Durant's fourth-quarter high scoring, Oklahoma City Thunder beat Miami Heat, forbes.com reported. But with Durant and James leading both their corresponding teams, a match-up existed between them. GreenBeanBuddy.com made a comparison of their scoring and popularity ranking.
Game one of the NBA championship 2012 ended with a final score of 105-94, stated the report. A separate report from latimes.com detailed that Kevin Durant made 36 points for the Thunder and 17 of which he made during the fourth quarter. In comparison, Lebron James scored 30 points with only 7 from the last quarter, the report related.
When it comes to popularity, forbes.com stated that OKC got the biggest surge. According to its report, merchandise sales for the Thunder was already 15% higher than the Heat at the start of the playoffs. Durant, it said, led the NBA players with the most number of merchandise sales. He surpassed James by 30%, the report added.
Here's an excerpt of the post "Kevin Durant on the Way to Stardom" by GreenBeanBuddy.com
“Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat battled it out Tuesday night for the game one of the NBA finals. And while Durant insists that the championship is between his team and Lebron James’ team, people can’t just resist comparing the two of them. And based on playoffs popularity and scoring, he’s winning.
The game one of the finals ended with Thunder on the lead. The final score is 105-94 with Durant leading his team to victory. He got a total of 36 points, 17 of that he made on the fourth quarter. James, on the other hand, scored 30 points but only 7 were from the last quarter. And even just based on that, Durant is the clear winner. Not to mention, he got three consecutive scoring titles.”
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According to the entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, in scoring and playoffs popularity ranking, Durant is leading over James. And as it seems, he is the next NBA Superstar to beat, it commented. But though things could still change, the site stated that between Heat and Thunder, it was already clear that the latter had the biggest popularity gain.
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