Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant moved to within two games of the record for scoring 30 points in consecutive matches last night, producing a stunning individual haul of 46 to help leave the Portland Trail Blazers ruing the MVP's late showing in a 105-97 victory.
Durant came alive in the fourth quarter to deliver for the Thunder when it counted yet again, scoring 11 points in the last 12 minutes in a display which also included six successful three-point attempts from a possible seven.
The 25-year-old has now dropped a minimum of 30 points for eight games in a row and sits just a pair of repeat performances behind the record for that feat, jointly held by Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.
Watch Durant leave Portland trailing in his wake in a neat highlights package at the top of the page, or by clicking here.
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