He put in 44 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 assists to get the overtime win. And Durant held the team together after Paul Westbrook was ejected in the 2nd quarter, and that’s after he scored 20 points in 17 minutes. But the ejection of one of their best players didn’t leave much to worry over. Durant and company tightened the offensive pressure.
Anthony Morrow sealed the win with a 4-point play on an assist from Durant, which was his only made field goal of the game, and the necessary basket the Thunder needed for the win.
Kevin Durant deserves another MVP for this win vs the Suns.
The Suns haven’t won a game in Oklahoma City since December 2010. The Suns missed a 3-pointer in the final 2.9 seconds to have this offensively intense game slip out of reach, and continue their bad luck in this arena.