Thanks to the many stylings of Kevin Durant's wingspan, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Spurs last night by a score of 109-103. KD led the charge with 36 points, highlighted by a stretch of 16 consecutive points late in the fourth quarter.
Its always fun to note that there's a decent amount of kids Durant's age who just completed their first year of law school.
The Thunder are now 7-0 at home, so a Game 5 victory for OKC could spell some huge trouble for Gregg Popovich and company. Granted, the Spurs are also undefeated on their home court. At this point, a game seven with epic fantasy-land orchestral music seems imminent.
Skip to 2:00 in the video above for Durants fourth-quarter scoring binge.
This post would be incomplete without mentioning Serge Ibaka's balling and shot calling, which you could check out in the video below. Ibaka DID NOT MISS A SHOT LAST NIGHT, going off for 26 points on 11 for 11 shooting. Ibaka was one basket away from the NBA playoff record. I'm fairly certain this record isn't held by Carmelo Anthony.