Houston Rockets rookie shooting guard K.J. McDaniels has quickly established himself as one of the best shot-blocking guards in the league. He’s averaging 1.1 blocks per game while playing just 22 minutes a night, and his 70 blocks put him ahead of big men like Taj Gibson, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Kenneth Faried. During last night’s game against the Spurs, McDaniels needed just 10 seconds to show off what a devastating shot-blocker he can be.

h/t Marc Roberts