Breakfast Special: Score 50. Lose. Repeat.

Three times this season, a player has gone for 50 or better in a game his team lost.

Kemba Walker had 60 in a loss to Philadelphia on Nov. 17. James Harden scored 54 on Monday and came up short against the Wizards.

And now Kevin Durant has a 51-point game in a loss on his record, as the Warriors lost 131-128 in overtime in a potential Finals preview at Toronto.

Bright side? Durant only had one turnover; Walker had nine and Harden had 11 in their losses.

For the winners, Kawhi Leonard scored 37 points on 14-of-24 shooting, Pascal Siakam set a new career high with 26 on 8-of-10 (!), and Serge Ibaka added 20 of his own on 8-of-13 in a game the Raptors shot 52.2 percent from the field.

Toronto led by as many as 18, the Warriors fought all the way back, but when your opponent shoots 22-of-24 from the free throw line for the game, you’re not getting any margin for error.

Keeping the ball from moving freely was another hallmark of this one for Toronto; the Warriors assisted on 27 of their 50 (!) made field goals, an assist rate of 54 percent for a team that makes a habit of assisting on more than 70 percent of their buckets.

Want to watch a bonkers scoring duel? Here ya go:

The Kings, Deposed

Sacramento, at 10-11, is sliding back into something more like their season expectation after a hot start, this time falling to the Los Angeles Clippers in the TNT nightcap 133-121.

Tobias Harris led the way with 28 points on 11-of-17 shooting, Montrezl Harrell was a beast off the bench with 24 points on 8-of-10 shooting, Avery Bradley and Danilo Gallinari each had 16 points and a game-high +26 plus/minus, and HERO OF SERBIA was a DNP-CD because nobody knows how to use him.

Meanwhile, the Sacramento youth movement remains strong, as DeAaron Fox had 17 points and nine assists while Marvin Bagley notched 18 points and 10 rebounds as the sixth man.

Plus, The Other Bogdanovic—as in Bogdan Bogdanovic—scored 26 on 8-of-20 off the bench.

But you’re just not going to beat a team that shoots 55.6 percent from the field and 42.9 percent from three. Get that eFG% up around .600 and good things happen.

Tobias and MONSTATREZZ share man of the match honors:

LeBron 5, Indiana 3

LeBron James has made a career out of using the Indiana Pacers as his whipping boy, stretching all the way back to his days in Miami and the 2012 East semis.

And without Victor Oladipo, the Pacers just didn’t have enough weapons to fight off the onslaught of LeBron getting 38 points and a game-high plus-19 in the Lakers’ 104-96 win.

Give it up for Indiana though…they wiped out a 23-point first-quarter deficit and made a game of it.

But when you shoot 37.2 percent from the field and get nothing from anyone not named Domantas Sabonis (20 points, 15 rebounds, plus-3 in 29 minutes off the bench), that’s not a game you’re winning.

The Lakers got the 104-96 win, nobody in Pacers Nation can even complain about it—we didn’t have our best guy so LeBron crushed us—and that wraps a slow news day with only three games.

Long live the GOAT:

Is He Any Good, delayed due to circumstances yesterday, is coming later this morning. I don’t want to get caught up in any of that funky s— going on in the city…