It's really not fair that Kevin Durant can do stuff like this. His uncanny combination of size and shooting touch would be enough to carry him to a Hall of Fame career on its own. But Durant also has to possess the kind of sublime speed, strength, and leaping ability that make face-melting plays like this dunk from last night's Thunder-Suns game possible. He has to be the guy who, at 6-foot-11, can freeze his opponent with a simple, fast-twitch hesitation move, and then glide through the paint before rising up and banging home a dunk right in the face of poor Marcin Gortat. It's just not fair.