Kevin Durant considers his latest scoring tear the same as the rest.
But that doesn’t make it insignificant.
In Monday’s win at Chicago, Durant topped 25 points for the 32nd straight game. He passed Spencer Haywood for sole possession of the second longest streak of 25-point games over the past 50 years. The longest streak over that span belongs to Michael Jordan, who did it in 40 straight games during the 1986-87 season.
Durant can tie that mark on April 4 at Houston. He can surpass His Airness on April 6 at Phoenix.
“I just go out there and play, have fun and play to win,” Durant said. “If all that stuff comes with it, then that’s cool. But I have bigger goals in mind.”
That attitude is one of the things Thunder coach Scott Brooks appreciates most about Durant’s streak.
“What impresses me the most is two things, his consistency and his ability not to worry about it,” Brooks said. “I know when I had a three-game streak of four (points), I was worried about that fo...