Here, in just over 30 seconds, is a perfect encapsulation of what makes the Oklahoma City Thunder such a frighteningly good team. Not only do they have a point guard who can recover from a defensive lapse with a brutal chase-down block, they also have a small forward who can corral the loose ball, streak to the other end of the court in three seconds, and drop the hammer.
Oh, and that slash-the-throat-and-then-pray move that Durant did after his dunk? He explained it after the game to ESPN:
"Kill 'em and pray for 'em after the game."
Ykes. Good luck in the playoffs, rest of the Western Conference.