OKLAHOMA CITY - More accolades for Durantula.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant was named Conference Player of the Week Monday.
The KD-led Thunder were two points away from a four-game sweep over the last seven days, with three of the games played on the road.
Durant average 32.5 points during the stretch, but made big contributions on the glass as well, recording seven or more rebounds in three out of four games.
The award is Durant's third of the season, setting the pace in Western Conference.
Monday's selection comes on the heels of former Thunder favorite James Harden's POW award, his second of the young season.
OKC takes on the struggling Suns Monday night in Phoenix. Tipoff is set for for 7 p.m.