Kevin Durant’s streak of 41 games of at least 25 points ends at Sacramento

Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant said the other day he wished his streak of scoring at least 25 points in a game would end. He got his wish Tuesday when he scored 23 points in the Thunder’s 107-92 victory at Sacramento.

Durant played 31 minutes. His streak ended at a record 41 (since the 3-pointer was instituted) consecutive games. (Oscar Robertson had a streak of 46 in 1963-64 and Wilt Chamberlain had one of 80 in 1961-62, according to

Oklahoma City (56-21) will now bring a lead of 1 1/2 games over the Clippers in the race for the No. 2 spot in the Western Conference standings when it visits Staples Center on Wednesday night to take on the Clippers (55-23).

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