In his first season with the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant helped lead his team to another NBA title over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Durant stepped up to the challenge against the Cavaliers on the grandest stage earning him the NBA Finals MVP award in the process. One of those defining moments in the series came in Game 3 after he nailed a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute of the fourth quarter that helped his team garner a commanding 3-0 lead.

The 29-year-old recently voiced that he believes that key moment helped solidify him as one of the game's greatest player in league history, according to Connor Letourneau of

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Durant told The Chronicle last week that he views his late three-pointer over James in Game 3 of June’s Finals as the moment he solidified his status as an all-time great. To be known as an all-time dynasty, Golden State might need to beat the Cavaliers again in June.

It was a pivotal moment in the series that helped the Warriors grab complete control of the NBA Finals. Had the Cavaliers won that game, it could have taken a drastically different route given how Game 4 turned out.

Nonetheless, the NBA title win certainly helps lift Durant up the ranks among the best players to play in the league. He has shown to be one of the most gifted scorers along with being an underrated defender and passer that is still in the prime of his career that could certainly add much more to his legacy.