With 6:43 remaining in the fourth quarter of Thursday's game at San Antonio, forward Kevin Durant made a fast break layup in traffic.
It put the reigning three-time scoring champion over 10,000 career points.
Durant became the second youngest player (24 years, 34 days old) in NBA history to reach the milestone. LeBron James was the youngest player to hit the 10,000-point plateau at 23 years, 59 days old.
Durant also became the 15th fastest player to reach the mark based on games played. Durant played his 381st game Thursday night.
Durant entered the game needing 22 points to hit the mark but finished with 23 points, giving him 10,001 points for his career.
“It feels good to make my mark on the league,” Durant said. “Of course I wouldn't have got there without my teammates and everybody around, coaches. It's pretty cool, but I would have rather came out with a win.”
MAYNOR EXPECTING MORE
With guard James Harden gone, Eric Maynor said he now anticipates shouldering more responsibility running the second unit.
“I'll be handling the ball a lot more, but other than that just go out and play the same,” Maynor said. “I don't think it's going to change that much. It'll be a little bit more responsibility, but other than that I just got to go out and play.”