Kevin Durant looks capable of leading Oklahoma City to the championship -- so long as Russell Westbrook is dominating at point guard, Serge Ibaka is converting the open shots that opponents are daring him to make, and Reggie Jackson is maturing as a teammate in order to lead the Thunder's athletic second unit.
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