Monday, January 27, 2014

OKC's Kevin Durant extends 30-point streak to 11G

It should probably come as no surprise, but Thunder forward Kevin Durant once again scored more than 30 points.

Entering the night with a 10-game streak of 30-plus points, Durant scored 41 points tonight against the Hawks on 15-of-25 shooting from the field, which included five three-pointers, and six-of-eight from the line.

Averaging 38.45 points per game during that stretch, Durant has scored at least 40 points in four of those contests. In addition, Durant has averaged 6.27 rebounds, 6.00 assists, 1.64 steals and 1.00 blocks during that stretch.

The only other player with 30-plus points in more than three consecutive games was Miami's LeBron James (four games). This season, Durant has accounted for three of the seven streaks of at least three consecutive games with 30-plus points.

Aside from Durant and James, only James Harden and John Wall have one three-game streak each of 30-plus points.

On Wednesday, Durant and the Thunder will face LeBron and the Heat in Miami.

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