It was the dunk that had the potential to break YouTube, but Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant says he was not all that impressed.
Which is saying something, considering he had the best view in the house when Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin took to the air several feet from the rim, stayed there a little while at rim level, then threw down on top of Thunder big man Kendrick Perkins on Monday night.
The dunk instantly drew comparisons to Griffin's similar effort over former Knicks player Timofey Mozgov last season, and within minutes "Blake Griffin," "Kendrick Perkins," "#dunkoftheyear" and "Mozgov" were all trending nationally on Twitter. Millions have watched the dunk on YouTube in the past two days.
But for MVP candidate Durant, it wasn't even a dunk.
"I have no appreciation for it at all," Durant told the Dallas Morning News after his team's shootaround in Dallas on Wednesday.
"It was a layup. He threw the ball in and got fouled and made his free th...