OKC Thunder: Kevin Durant by the numbers

by Darnell Mayberry Published: June 17, 2014
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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.

3: Triple-doubles.

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).


by Darnell Mayberry
OKC Thunder Senior Reporter
Darnell Mayberry grew up in Langston, Okla. and is now in his third stint in the Sooner state. After a year and a half at Bishop McGuinness High, he finished his prep years in Falls Church, Va., before graduating from Norfolk State University in...
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