"I'm always like that," Durant said. "You know, every game I play in I try to be aggressive and be myself. It made it easier having my coaches over there, as well. ... People just sacrificed shots, and that's what you like to see from superstars."
Miami's Dwyane Wade said Durant will be a player to watch in future games.
"That record (Kobe) got, with KD in the league, I don't know how long it's going to last," Wade said.
Brooks said he's never amazed by the fifth-year player anymore.
"This is his first time of probably many," Brooks said of the MVP award. "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to coach him. The guy, he does a lot of things well. ... He just comes in and does his work."
Durant said Sunday's honor ranks high on his list of career achievements, including the gold medal he won at the world championships in 2010.
"It ranks right up there at the top," Durant said. "I keep saying it, but I'm excited I got it, and I'm glad I get to celebrate this with my family and my teammates and everybody in Oklahoma City. We'll see if I get another one down the line."