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Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook
Westbrook and Durant are the top dynamic duo in the NBA, because they can both do it all, but at the same time, give defenses different looks.
Westbrook is lightning quick and can get to the rim in a blink of an eye, beating you with his speed and his constant, unrelenting attack. This, of course, allows him to pull up for a mid-range jumper.
It's the opposite for Durant, who is the best pure shooter in the league today. He can rain on you from downtown, which sets up his dribble-drive. Durant also explodes to the rim, but when he gets there, he uses his length to maneuver around outstretched defenders.
He averaged 27.8 points, 7.9 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game to win his third straight scoring title. Westbrook put up 21.7 points, five rebounds and 5.6 assists per game.
They can both shoot and they attack the rim in different ways, keeping the defense off-balance. The key for this dynamic duo, however, is the killer instinct. These two almost always make a play when the game is on the line, unlike Wade and James.
They're also excellent at the free throw line. Both have totally different mindsets while playing the game, making them the most dynamic.
Durant and Westbrook combined for the most points by a duo in Game 1 of the NBA Finals ever, and can could be the best duo for the next ten years.