Kevin Durant Flies High Over Lamar Odom For Monster Dunk [Video]

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Last night’s western conference match up between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Clippers was set to be a highly competitive and close game. It wasn’t.

Given Chris Paul was out of the lineup, however it might have not even made a difference as the youngest scoring champ ever put on a spectacular show.

Kevin Durant proved once again why he is one of the elite young talents in the league and a serious contender in this year’s MVP race.

With a well-rounded performance, scoring 32 points to go along with 7 rebounds and 7 assists, KD made sure it was never even close as the Thunder continue to streak.

And it comes to no surprise that the highlight of the game came from none other than the Durantula himself as he soared high off a mesmerizing crossover move to slam it on none other than Lamar Odom. Check out the high-flying stuff below.

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