1: League Most Valuable Player award. Durant took home his first MVP after finishing as the runner-up three times.
2: 50-point games. Durant scored 54 points in a home win over Golden State on Jan. 17 and 51 points in a double-overtime road win at Toronto on March 21.
5.5: Assists per game, a career high.
12: Consecutive games of at least 30 points, the longest such scoring streak since Tracy McGrady scored 30 in 14 straight games in 2003.
14: 40-point games.
15: Technical fouls in the regular season, topping last year’s then-career high 12. Durant’s 15 technical fouls were one shy of an automatic one-game suspension and cost him $46,000 this season.
32.0: Points per game, a career high and a league best. It’s the fourth time in five seasons that Durant has led the league in scoring.
41: Consecutive games of at least 25 points, the third longest streak in NBA history. Wilt Chamberlain (80 straight games in 1961-62) and Oscar Robertson (46 straight games in 1963-64) are the only players with longer streaks.
805: Free throws attempted, 55 more than Durant shot last season but 35 shy of his career high 840 attempts during the 2009-10 season.
3,937: Total minutes played in the regular season and postseason. Durant led all players in total minutes in both the regular season (3,122) and playoffs (815).