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Brooklyn’s leader has managed to score at least 25 points in 16 consecutive games since the start of the season.

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The Brooklyn Nets defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 109-107 in the NBA regular season game. Nets leader Kevin Durant scored 35 points in this game.

He became the sixth player in NBA history to score 25 or more points in 16 consecutive games since the start of the season. The last time Michael Jordan did this was in the 1988/89 season.

The record in such a series belongs to Wilt Chamberlain (80 matches, season 1961/62).

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Durant is averaging 30.3 points, 6.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game this season.

Durant is a two-time NBA champion (2017, 2018) with the Golden State Warriors and a three-time Olympian with Team USA (2012, 2016, 2020).

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