POTD 2/8/13: Kevin Durant on Markieff Morris

His extraordinary coordination allows him to fool his defender with a hesitation dribble.  His lightning quickness gives him the burst that sets him free.  His stunning athleticism facilitates takeoff from the edge of the painted area, and his seven-foot, five-inch wingspan enables him to finish over the top of the help.  Simply put, Kevin Durant is the ideal prototype of a scorer; an offensive player so multifarious that his extensive set of attributes makes Monta jealous.  While it’s impossible to capture the complete range of such a skill set in one single play, Durant’s signature driving dunks are a solid representation.

Durant, with this very same maneuver, has already destroyed countless victims.  They’re some of the biggest men in the NBA — Brendan Haywood, Roy Hibbert, and Marcin Gortat, to name a few — but the unstoppable forward fears none.  And why should he?  Already on his way to a fourth scoring title, the 24-year-old superstar out of the DMV is more accomplished than most, yet he’s just getting started.

Frightening.  Honorable mentions to Amare Stoudemire, Taj Gibson and Jason Maxiell.

Dunk rating on the Starbury Nastiness Scale:


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