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There's really not much Thunder's Kevin Durant hasn't done to make fans get up off their seats during games. From phenomenal dunks, clutch shots to scoring outbursts, KD really knows how to bring the highlights.
Well add yet another fantastic play to Durant's list of eye-opening plays at the expense of Raptors' DeMar DeRozan.
During the recent Thunder-Raptors game, DeMar was caught with the unenviable task od defending KD out ton the perimeter when the following happened.
KD crossed up DeMar not once but twice on a single play. Check it out.
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During the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 104-92 win on Sunday against the Toronto Raptors Kevin Durant showed off why he is one of the most dynamic big men in the game. KD took the ball at the top of the key with DeMar DeRozan guarding him and proceeded to cross him up twice, with no regard for DeRozan’s ankles, and finished the nice moves with a layup. [SLAM] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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Kevin Durant was called Sunday for his third technical foul in Oklahoma City’s past three games, and the star forward sent a joke about it after the game.
3 techs in 3 games, not like me…@kendrickperkins is a bad influence on my life lol jk..I will be better, sorry guys
— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) January 6, 2013
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We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love killer crossovers and Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant pulled off a nasty one last night against the Toronto Raptors.With OKC up by fifteen late in the fourth quarter, Watch as KD puts Demar Derozan on ice skates with two different crossovers:
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