Nov 6, 2012, 11:23 PM EDT
This play was basically a microcosm of the Thunder’s blowout of the Raptors.
Kevin Durant saw the opportunity, and was aggressive in taking it. Jonas Valanciunas half-heartedly contested, but was late in doing so, before ducking out at the very end to avoid further embarrassment.
So, yeah. That was pretty much how things went for the Raptors on Tuesday.
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