Kevin Durant passes Tim Duncan for 15th on all-time scoring list, Kobe Bryant made 3 starts

Kevin Durant passed hall of fame big man Tim Duncan for fifteenth place on the league's all-time 

 scoring list on Monday, the Nets movie star finishing the feat with his signature jumper.

middle during Brooklyn's 125-117 victory in Cleveland. Durant, who won four scoring titles in the 2010s 

 a pair of championships with the Warriors, has defended age and accidents considering he was

signed and traded to the Brooklyn Nets in 2019. Since returning from a torn knee Achilles tendon 

Achilles tendon of the knee with the Gold Nation, Durant is averaging 29.0 points on 53.5% sacks ove

he past three seasons, including 39.7% from deep and 9.7% from the line. free shots.

The 12-time All-megastar and former MVP is at the forefront of Brooklyn's midseason surge.