Pay per Head: Durant leads the Thunder to victory in Turkey

Kevin DurantPay per head services saw that on Saturday, Kevin Durant scored 24 points and was able to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 95-82 win over Turkey’s Fenerbahce Ulker in the NBA exhibition season’s first game.

The player added eight rebounds in Istanbul, where in 2010 he was the world basketball championship’s MVP when he led the U.S. to winning a gold medal – something that pay per head services will not forget any time soon.

“I think we did a good job of responding after the first quarter,” Durant said, according to The Oklahoman. “We gave up 28 points (in the first quarter) but we did a great job the last three quarters on defense. That’s really what we tried to preach, is making sure our defense is locked in every possession. Guys off the bench did a really, really good job of setting the tone and we followed their lead from there.”

15 points, six rebounds, and four blocked shots were added by Serge Ibaka. Pay per head services also saw that Reggie Jackson, who started at point guard as Russell Westbrook recovers from knee surgery, had five assists and nine points.

Former Nets draft pick Bojan Bogdanovic made four 3-pointers, and was able to score 19 points for Fenerbahce Ulker.

While struggling for a rebound late in the second quarter, Thunder center Kendrick Perkins dislocated his left hand’s ring finger. Price per head services and many fans were very concerned with the injury, especially when they saw that he didn’t return to the game.

Thunder coach Scott Brooks would not say whether the veteran would miss time because of his injury.

Perkins was replaced by rookie Steven Adams – who was the 12th overall pick in this year’s draft – as the Thunder’s main center in the second half. The 7-footer finished with six rebounds and seven points.

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Jeremy Lamb, who last season appeared in only 23 games, played 31 minutes on Saturday, handing out four assists and scoring nine points.