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Do you know what Kevin Durant does? He makes the impossible possible.
The Thunder forward made this unreal reverse layup during the first quarter of Oklahoma City’s game at the Denver Nuggets Friday. After getting past Wilson Chandler, Durant went up for the layup but realized JaVale McGee was waiting to greet him with a block. KD improvised by pulling down the ball, faking out McGee, and throwing in a sick reverse layup off the glass.
Simply sublime. That may have been Durant’s top play of the season, which is impressive considering he had this highlight in December.
Look at his long arms at work:
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OKLAHOMA CITY Right after Wednesday's win against New Orleans Kevin Durant just shook his head.
Oh, what could have been.
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Is there anything that Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant can't do?For those of you who have your doubts, you might want to check out this clip of Durant scoring on an up-and-under circus shot against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night.Watch as KD drives past JaVale McGee and Wilson Chandler for the incredible hoop:(Courtesy of SB Nation)
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