If he's going to finally achieve his goal this season, Kevin Durant can't have many more nights like he did Sunday.

The exclusive club in which he seeks membership doesn't allow for it.

Fortunately for Durant, if this is what his off nights look like these days he's probably in good shape.

Durant has a chance to become only the sixth player in NBA history to join the 50-40-90 club, a fraternity reserved for only the very best of the league's best shooters. It's a club that honors consistency and recognizes players who go an entire season shooting at least 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range and 90 percent from the free throw line.

Durant admits he has aimed to join that select list of players since his second season. But this season, Durant's most efficient yet, he appears to have his best shot.

Before Sunday's 104-93 win over Indiana, Durant was shooting 51.5 percent from the field, 45.7 percent from 3-point range and 90.1 percent from the foul line, all career highs.

Against the Pacers, Durant scored a game-high 27 points with eight rebounds and four assists. He made nine of 24 shots, one of five 3s and eight of his 10 foul shots. That "subpar" shooting performance — which amazingly stands as Durant's second-worst display of accuracy this season — actually dropped his percentages to 50.6, 44.0 and 89.5.

But just being in range, even if it's still early in the year, is an achievement in itself. It speaks to Durant's continuous development and illustrates how far he's come since being widely considered a chucker as a rookie.