Ibaka’s 2 straight blocks on Noah leads to a 3 by Durant
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Isn’t the rule “reward the big man after a big defensive play” especially if he’s running down the court and pushing players out of his way? That rule only applies if you don’t have a “tall man” with a great shooting touch like Kevin Durant.
“The Serge Protector” had consecutive blocks on Joakim Noah and did his best to run to the rim but Durant was wide open for a 3 and of course he shot and made it.