If the throat-slashing gesture and the posterization didn't clue you in, Kevin Durant is not a nice dude. It's not that he necessarily likes violating the hopes and dreams of his opponents; it just so happens that he doesn't like to lose. Plus, Russell Westbrook's Playoff-ending injury forces him to put the team on his back. So you see, Durant had to hit Francisco García with the three-pointer to give OKC the lead. The fact that the ball took that high of a bounce off the back rim and then went in must've made the eventual game winner hurt that much more.
RELATED: Kevin Durant's Most Badass Moments
[via Beyond the Buzzer]