Kevin Durant Makes His Way Into NBA Record Books By Beating Michael Jordan’s Record

 

Kevin Durant is a legend in the making.

In last night’s game against the against the Phoenix Suns, Kevin Durant lead the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 122 -115 win.

He also broke Micheal Jordans’ 25+¬†points per consecutive game streak. Kevin Durant has now scored 25+ points in 41 game straight.

Jordan held the previous record of 25+ points in 40 consecutive games. Last night’s performance and win put Durant past the Jordan streak 25+ in 40 consecutive games set back in 1986-1987 season.

Durant is a long way from Wilt Chamberlin’s NBA scoring record. Chamberlain scored an amazing 25+ points per game in 106 games straight.

For more on the story and the game, head over to Bleacher Report.

Urbanites, is Kevin Durant the second coming of Michael Jordan? Do you think Durant has a chance a breaking Wilt Chamberlain’s record? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

 

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