Kevin Durant Sets Franchise Record With 51 Boom Points

When Kevin Durant retired, he might not be as well known because of his time with brooklyn network. He will probably be remembered in his early years with Oklahoma City Thunder or win the year with Golden Empire Warriors. However, Durant will make his mark in his time with Brooklyn.

In the 12-point win over the Detroit Pistons, Durant scored a stat line that no Nets player had ever done before: 51 points, nine assists and seven rebounds. He shoots 16-31 from the pitch and 5-10 from the depth while scoring two more blocks and a steal.

Durant’s total score is one Peak season for any player this season. His frenzied ability to take over games at 33 (and after an Achilles tendon tear) is legendary. He’s on the field tonight averaging 28.5 points, 7.6 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game.

The Nets were the top seed in the Eastern Conference despite Kyrie Irving’s complete absence and James Harden’s troubles earlier in the season. Durant and the Nets’ Unstoppable Playstyle defense is developing allowed Brooklyn to continue to be an elite team amid the exodus of their All-Star point defense team.

Whether he will end his period with Brooklyn as a champ remains to be seen. Regardless, he will leave his mark on the franchise in many ways.

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Olly Dawes

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