It takes a certain type of player to dedicate himself to post-whistle shot-blocking. Not defense on shots that actually count, mind you, but goaltends on shots taken once play has been blown dead, just to rob the opposition of the satisfaction of throwing a basketball into a basketball hoop.
Kevin Garnett is the all-time MVP, but Russell Westbrook is trying to take his title.
First, he blocked the immediate post-play shot with a thundering rejection that took him out of bounds:
But when that rebound went to George Hill, he sprang back into play, caught too much of the rim, and fell on his butt:
That, sirs, is desire and heart to irrelevant things that most players simply don't have.