Last night, Kevin Durant just gave us one of the most beautiful masterpieces in NBA playoff history, logging 49 points, 17 rebounds, 10 assists, 3 steals, 2 blocks, and 4 three-pointers to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a huge win over the Milwaukee Bucks.

According to some of his doubters, his legacy was on the line, so he responded with the best game of his career. Not only did he play all 48 minutes but he also got the first-ever 45+ point, 15+ rebound triple-double in playoffs history.

However, as impressive as his performance was, he didn't even make the cut of the highest-scoring performances in NBA history last night, although he does have a 50-point game in the playoffs. That's why today, we're going to let you know who did crack the list, including former greats such as Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain.

Highest Scoring Performances In NBA Playoff History

50 Points: 

+ Jayson Tatum
+ Karl Malone
+ Dominique Wilkins
+ Damian Lillard
+ Dirk Nowitzki
+ Bob Cousy
+ Bob Pettit
+ Vince Carter
+ Kobe Bryant
+ Bob McAdoo
+ Billy Cunningham
+ Kevin Durant
+ Jamal Murray (x2)
+ Wilt Chamberlain (x2)
+ Michael Jordan (x2)


51 Points:

+ Sam Jones
+ Ray Allen
+ Sleepy Floyd
+ Donovan Mitchell
+ Russell Westbrook
+ LeBron James


52 Points:

+ Jerry West
+ Allen Iverson


53 Points:

+ Wilt Chamberlain
+ Isaiah Thomas
+ Jerry West


54 Points:

+ Allen Iverson
+ John Havlicek
+ Michael Jordan


55 Points: 

+ Damian Lillard
+ Rick Barry
+ Michael Jordan (x3)


56 Points:

+ Charles Barkley
+ Wilt Chamberlain
+ Michael Jordan


57 Points: 

+ Donovan Mitchell


61 Points: 

+ Elgin Baylor


63 Points: 

+ Michael Jordan