April 12, 2013; Portland, OR, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Kevin Durant (35), point guard Russell Westbrook (0), point guard Derek Fisher (6) and small forward Ronnie Brewer (8) share a laugh during a time out in the fourth quarter of the game against the Portland Trail Blazers at the Rose Garden. The Thunder won the game 106-90. Mandatory Credit: Steve Dykes-USA TODAY Sports

OKC Thunder: Top 10 Moments Of The 2012-13 Season

The James Harden blockbuster deal. The can the Thunder still be a contender without number 13? The Durant 52-point-game in Dallas. The Eric Maynor trade to Portland. The KD not winning the scoring title. To the Thunder winning the regular season Western Conference title. It was a crazy, up and down year.

It’s time to recap the year with the top 10 moments of the 2012-2013 eccentric season for Oklahoma City.


Whatever happened to stopping the ball in transition?


You heard Brian Davis….” viewer discretion is advised”


Its not that this dunk is so nice. It’s more my affection for Reggie Jackson.


If there were a Lay-up contest instead of a Dunk contest, KD should enter.


That’s when you know things are going your way. Big Perk!


Oh Demar. Oh Demar. Not twice, my man.


I just adored the post game; Is this reason why the Thunder lost this game?


I know this happened the other week, but it has not gotten out of my head since it happened. It was one of those plays were kind of just say to yourself, “That is some dynamic duo.”


It’s no 70 points which he needed last night, but this was just a memorable night. Not only a great performance, but a great game.


This is how you score you’re 40th point. But, was it better than when he posturized Brendan Haywood in the 2011 Western Conference Finals?

60-22 is a crazy good record. But, as we all know, this team will only be measured on what they do in the postseason. The bearded one and the Rockets come to town for Game 1 on Sunday night.

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