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Durant's Late Flourish Finishes Bulls

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By the time he buttoned up his black bubble vest, long after saving the day yet again with that silky-smooth shooting touch, the only question worth asking Kevin Durant before he sauntered out of the United Center following his latest heroic act was what in the world took so long?

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