It was a bad day for Kevin Durant.
Standing in some untied running shoes, he lost a free throw contest to Nick Collison. And then he was ruled out for tomorrow’s game against the Hawks by Scott Brooks, already.
Durant did not practice today, held out with what Brooks called “some soreness,” which is a word I’m quite sick of seeing, personally.
“Experiencing a little bit of soreness,” Brooks said. “That’s expected. We have some peaks and valleys, and we always have a cautious approach, so today he didn’t do anything.”
Eight days ago, Brooks updated Durant’s timetable to return to play in a “week or two.” That followed two one week re-evaluations. So since Durant underwent a second surgery on Feb. 23, he’s missed almost four weeks. Keep Reading…