Kevin Durant scores career high against Denver Nuggets

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In Sunday's game against the Denver Nuggets, Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder's small forward, lead their team to a victory by scoring a career high 51 points.

Assisting in the dynamic win over Denver, Durant's 51 points were accompanied by Russell Westbrook scoring 40 points and Serge Ibaka with his first career triple-double, including 11 blocks, reported by the Miami Herald.

According to NBA.com, Durant walked over to his mother and gave her a kiss and a hug at the sound of the final horn.

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