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Oklahoma City Thunder star buys Miami pad.

Is Oklahoma City Oklahoma City (1990 pop. 444,719), state capital, and seat of Oklahoma co., central Okla., on the North Canadian River; inc. 1890. The state's largest city, it is an important livestock market, a wholesale, distribution, industrial, and financial center, and a farm  Thunder star Kevin Durant Kevin Wayne Durant (born September 29, 1988 in Washington, D.C.[6][7]) is a 6'9" basketball player for the Seattle SuperSonics, picked second in the 2007 NBA Draft from the University of Texas.  setting his sights on Miami? A company affiliated with the NBA's leading scorer recently plunked down $1.825 million for a 3,535-square-foot condominium at 900 Biscayne Bay, just down the road from the American Airlines Arena that the Miami Heat call home. The 900 Brickell building, which was developed by Terra Group in 2008, is nearly sold out. Thunder fans needn't worry for now, because Durant signed a contract extension with the team last summer. But since the Thunder only play one regular season game per year in Miami, the South Florida Business Journal speculates that perhaps Durant merely wants to live nearby the many other NBA stars who call South Florida home. [SFBJ SFBJ South Florida Business Journal (Deerfield Beach, FL) ]
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Publication:The Real Deal
Date:May 9, 2011
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