Ben Simmons continued his hot streak Wednesday as the Brooklyn Nets took down the Toronto Raptors in a 112-98 victory. Simmons filled the stat sheet with 14 points, three rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocks on 7-of-9 shooting.

The three-time All-Star has resembled his old self after returning from a knee ailment, playing a far more engaged and aggressive brand of basketball over his last five games. Simmons has averaged 14.6 points, 7.0 rebounds and 6.4 assists on 33-of-42 (78.6 percent) shooting during the span.

Kevin Durant spoke at length about Simmons’ re-acclimation on his podcast, The ETCs. The former MVP alluded to a play from the Nets’ win over Portland last week in which he passed up an open dunk after Simmons found him on a backdoor cut:

Simmons’ response to Durant’s decision is indicative of the 26-year-old’s shift in mindset over the recent stretch.

“He threw the backdoor and I seen somebody shifting over and I kicked it to Joe in the corner,” Durant said. “He missed the shot and I look up and Ben was like, ‘Dunk the f***ing ball!’.”