KD: That was just sick. I don't think I could reach that.
If you wanted to score 100, who would you want guarding you?
KD: Earl Boykins.
Someone about 5'5"?
KD: Yeah, so I can shoot over the top.
Defenses around the NBA are going to adjust to the Knicks' Jeremy Lin now that they've seen him. Did that happen with you?
KD: Teams started to figure me out about halfway through my rookie season, and I was struggling a lot. You try to make adjustments. In Jeremy Lin's case, it's different because he's a point guard. [The Knicks] run a lot of pick-and-rolls. You can't trap pick-and-rolls when you got guys like Carmelo [Anthony] and Amar'e [Stoudemire] and shooters like Iman Shumpert and Landry Fields.
Do you like it that people don't talk much about the Thunder's success this season?
KD: I do like it. A lot of people still have us under the radar. That's the way it should be. We've got a lot of growing to do. We can be a lot better.
What do you think of the one-and-done rule in college basketball?