Ranking Kevin Durant's 5 Most Dangerous Offensive Moves

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Ranking Kevin Durant's 5 Most Dangerous Offensive Moves
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Kevin Durant looks for space in the Western Conference Semifinals against the Grizzlies' Quincy Pondexter.

Oklahoma City sports fans, consider yourself among the luckiest enthusiasts of any city in the land. Sure, you may have only one professional sports organization which you can call a hometown club. That team, however, happens to be the Thunder, which has employed the most dangerous scorer in the league for the past few seasons (as well as what seems like the next decade). 

Kevin Durant is one of the most versatile overall players in the NBA, and he's certainly the most dangerous offensive player because of the variety of ways in which he can beat you. His array of moves, many of which are made possible by his 6'10" frame, in addition to his nearly 7'5" wingspan. Durant has unlimited range, made somehow even more potent because he's so tall that no one can block those shots from their release points. Yet he's tall and fast enough to attack the basket with ferocity if a player guards him too closely on the perimeter. 

Each superstar, though, no matter how many different moves they have, own their signature go-to's. For Kareem, it was the sky hook. Hakeem Olajuwon had the "Dream Shake."  Durant has a few, and this slideshow will attempt to rank them in terms of their efficiency and the problems they cause for opponents. 

Durant creates so many mismatches for opponents, and can hurt them in so many ways. Here are five of his most dangerous methods.

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