David Thorpe from ESPN always commented on young players stringing together positive plays. I often remember reading him writing about how anyone could made one good play, but he liked to see young players string a number of them together.

So it’s fun to see Larry Sanders doing that, and it’s been fun to see him doing it all year long.

This is everything you love about Sanders. In about 12 seconds, he races down James Harden, blocks his shot so hard that it bounces out for a ready made Bucks fast break, then sprints back down the court right to the front of the rim and crashes off a missed jumper for an easy tap in.

(h/t on the video to Matt Moore)