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Kevin Durant: 'Oklahoma City Thunder can't take wins for granted'

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant drives with the basketball during a pre-season match against the Philadelphia 76ers in Manchester on October 8, 2013
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Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant believes that the team can not afford to take wins for granted.

Kevin Durant has said that the Oklahoma City Thunder can never take wins for granted in the NBA.

The Thunder had a 13-point lead heading into the fourth quarter against the Sacramento Kings last night, but almost let their opponents back into the game, which finished 97-95.

The Western Conference player of the month told reporters: "We can't ever take a win for granted. It's hard to win in this league. We won the game, that's all that matters."

Head coach Scott Brooks added: "We have to play better tomorrow night. We're playing one of the hottest teams in the game right now. They have a great home crowd and have a great atmosphere. But our team has always been up for challenges and definitely tomorrow night will be a tough challenge for us."

The Thunder face the Portland Trail Blazers later today.

Head coach Scott Brooks of the Oklahoma City Thunder stands on the side of the court during their game against the Golden State Warriors at ORACLE Arena on November 14, 2013
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