3. Kevin Durant

54 points, 6 assists

Thunder 127, Warriors 121

January 17, 2014

Everytime these two teams squared off this season was a treat. Someone on both ends usually finished the night with an incredible performance and this night belonged to the four time scoring champ and certain first time MVP Kevin Durant. He is flat out one of the best scorers in NBA history and he showed it as he picked up the scoring load in January with the absence of his running mate Russell Westbrook due to injury.

There is no one on the planet at 6’11 with this type of scoring ability, ball handling and vision. It’s just not fair.