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Kevin Durant Did Something That Nobody Has Accomplished in NBA History

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Kevin Durant is one of the greatest scorers this game has ever seen at the NBA level. So much so that he just accomplished something that has never been done before in NBA history up to this point. He became the first-ever player to have a 55-40-90 season by a player.

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Durant only played in 47 games this season so it would’ve been interesting to see if he would’ve been able to attain that for a lot more games. But nevertheless, what Durant accomplished on two different teams this year was impressive.

And what was even more impressive, was his record this season as he was 34-13 when he played on the court in both Brooklyn and Phoenix. With Phoenix, he’s a whopping 8-0 and continues to show why he’s one of the best players in the world.

To put this in perspective, Durant is 1 of 9 players to accomplish a 50-40-90 season and he’s 1 of 3 players to do it multiple times as he joins Larry Bird and former Suns legend Steve Nash.

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Durant is now looking ahead to his Suns’ playoff debut this Sunday against the Clippers. As much as he’s happy about accomplishing this feat, I’m sure nothing would excite him more than to lift the Larry O’Brien trophy at the end of the season.

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