Durant's stat line like nothing we've ever seen

OKLAHOMA CITY — Kevin Durant turned in a historic statistical performance Sunday night.

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is first triple-double of the season with 32 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists, helping the Thunder rally for a 113-103 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Durant also added four blocked shots and four steals. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he is the first NBA player to record 30 or more points, 10 or more rebounds, 12 or more assists, four or more steals and four or more blocks in the same game since blocks and steals became official NBA stats during the 1973-74 season.

"Kevin is a stat filler," coach Scott Brooks said. "He can do it all and he has the ability to have large scoring nights, rebounding, assists and steals and blocked shots. He's one of the few guys that can do that."

Asked if a triple-double meant anything to him, Durant didn't even mention his stat line during his answer, focusing instead on his teammates' defensive effort.

"I'm glad we got the W," Durant said. "We came out a little sluggish on the defensive end early on, but they started off 80 percent (from the field). Holding them to 41 percent from the game was really big. I think our bigs did a good job of frustrating the two bigs on the other end. We kind of fed off their energy."