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Kevin Durant becomes No. 10 scorer in NBA history, passing Moses Malone

PHOENIX (AP) — Phoenix forward Kevin Durant moved into 10th place on the NBA’s career scoring list Friday night in the second quarter of the Suns’ 119-111 loss to the Denver Nuggets. The 35-year-old Phoenix forward passed Moses Malone for 10th, driving the baseline for two points with 50.3 seconds left in the second quarter. Durant needed 17 points to pass Malone coming into the game — the 1,003rd of his career. Durant finished with 30 points, but shot 8 of 25 from the field — going 0 for 10 in the second half. He pushed his career total to 27,423. Malone had 27, 409 in the NBA. LeBron James tops the scoring list with 39,124 points and is the only other active player in the top 25.

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