Kevin Durant is cold blooded.
The Thunder were down one with 10.9 seconds left And everyone in the building knew he was going to get the chance. That includes the Clippers’ Luc Mbah a Moute, who defended the play well, but Durant hit the hard shot because he is Kevin Durant.
The Clippers had six seconds to tie and got the ball in the hands of Chris Paul, who had been their hot hand all night. He drove right off a Blake Griffin pick and had options, but chose he 17-foot fade-away over Serge Ibaka. Which might have worked, but Durant timed help off Wesley Johnson in the corner and got the block on CP3 to save the 100-99 Thunder win.