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Kevin Durant threw down several big-time dunks in the Thunder's win over the Spurs on Tuesday night.

By Rohan Nadkarni
January 20, 2015

Kevin Durant didn't have one of his better scoring nights on Tuesday, but he did throw down some righteous dunks in the Thunder's win over the Heat.

It started with a first-quarter jam over Chris "Birdman" Andersen:

Later in the first half, Durant discarded Udonis Haslem before forcing Chris Bosh to watch this slam:

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And then, in the fourth quarter, Durant probably gave Dwyane Wade (and Thunder fans) nightmares with this fast-break dunk that happened so fast Durant nearly injured himself:


Durant finished with 19 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and four steals in the Thunder's 94-86 win. Russell Westbrook added 19 points of his own.

Miami fell to 18-23 with its 13th home loss of the season, despite 18 points from Wade. Oklahoma City improved to 21-20, marking the first time all season the team has gone over .500. 

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