The league's top scorer added over 30 for the ninth game in a row in the Thunder's 111-105 victory last night.
The 25-year-old told reporters: "I felt early in the game the pick-and-roll was working. I was able to go at the bigs a little bit and in the second half I missed some shots, too.
"They did a good job of just being physical. I think in the second half the defense was a little better. I'm sure those guys aren't worried that we beat them three times. We're just going to keep plugging away."
The win has moved the Thunder above the Spurs to the top of the Western Conference standings.