Found August 26, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
PLAYERS: Victor Oladipo
TEAMS: Orlando Magic
Kevin Durant, Blazers’ Thomas Robinson, Magic rookie, Victor Oladipo, and Michael Beasley all came out to play in DC’s Goodman League Sunday night. Maryland natives, Durant and Oladipo, went head to head and though the No. 2 overall pick got a steal and slam on KD, Durant got the last laugh as he nailed a three over Oladipo at the buzzer. John Wall sits courtside Thomas Robinson throws one down KD steal and slam KD over Beasley at the buzzer

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