Kevin Durant Matches Michael Jordan’s Record
Kevin Durant matches Michael Jordan’s scoring record. The Brooklyn Nets star opens the regular season with 25+ points in 13 consecutive games.
Kevin Durant Matches Michael Jordan In Scoring 25+ Points In 13 Consecutive Games
Kevin Durant matches the scoring record of the legendary Michael Jordan.
The 2-time NBA champion Brooklyn Nets forward scored 25+ points in 13 consecutive games to open a regular season.
This feat makes the 34-year-old the first player to do so since Michael Jordan did it with the Chicago Bulls in 1988.
And it took a whopping 34 years for such an achievement.
Durant matched the record in Sunday night’s matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers.
When all was said and done, he racked up 31 points, 9 rebounds, and 7 assists.
It was a great night for Durant, even though the Nets didn’t win the game.
The Lakers won with a final score of 116-103.
It will take 3 more consecutive games with 25+ points to tie MJ’s record of 16 consecutive games, and 4 to pass it.
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