Warriors provide update on Kevin Durant, who could play this season

On Wednesday afternoon, the Golden State Warriors provided an update on Kevin Durant’s progress rehabilitating from a sprained MCL which has kept him out for the month of March.“At this point, [Durant] is being incorporated into non-contact basketball drills,” the statement reads in part.The big news comes at the end, when it says “He will be re-evaluated again in 7-10 days”...
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Kevin Durant looking good during pregame warm-ups (Video)

The Golden State Warriors will provide an update on star Kevin Durant Wednesday. From the way KD’s looked lately, we’re guessing the news will be positive.Durant got in some work before the Warriors’ game Tuesday against the Houston Rockets and looked smooth while moving around the court and putting up jumpers: The Warriors only have nine games remaining in the regular season...
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Report: Warriors now hopeful Kevin Durant will return before end of regular season

Former MVP Kevin Durant appears to be making significant strides in his recovery from a left knee injury.According to a report by Marc Stein of ESPN on Wednesday, Durant’s progress now has his Golden State Warriors hopeful that he will be able to return before the end of the regular season. Durant was injured in a game against the Washington Wizards on February 28, roughly three...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Kerr: Warriors did not complain about OKC's treatment of Durant

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is here to set the record straight.Speaking after his team's shootaround on Monday, Kerr disputed an ESPN report from the day before alleging that the Warriors were upset over the Thunder’s treatment of Kevin Durant during his Oklahoma City homecoming last month.“I don’t agree,” Kerr said, according to Anthony Slater of the Mercury...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Warriors shouldn't obsess over Thunder's treatment of Durant

The Golden State Warriors are creating a bit of a silly season for the NBA.Apparently the Warriors aren’t happy with the Oklahoma City Thunder—the small-market team they ripped Kevin Durant away from—for how the Thunder show respect for Durant.It’s as silly as it sounds.The Warriors wanted the Thunder to thank Durant for his years of service, according to’s Chris...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Warriors complained Thunder were mean to Durant

Although he’ll be sitting out recovering from a knee injury, Kevin Durant is likely going to be booed once again by fans in Oklahoma City on Monday night. If you ask the Golden State Warriors, the Thunder should be doing a much better job of trying to prevent that.According to a report from Chris Haynes of, the Warriors were “furious and bewildered” that the Thunder...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Kerr says Durant is 'making progress'

There’s still no timetable for Kevin Durant’s return after he suffered a sprained MCL in a game against the Washington Wizards late last month.4Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr gave us a pretty positive update on the progress Durant is making.“He’s clearly making progress. It’s great,” Kerry said prior to Saturday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks, via CSN...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Russell Westbrook respond to Stephen Curry overlooking him for MVP Award

Stephen Curry recently came out and predicted that James Harden will win the NBA’s MVP award, but not everyone is sold on that.Especially not Russell Westbrook.The Oklahoma City Thunder star was asked about Curry’s comments on Thursday, and he gave a Brodie-esque response to the question.“I don’t care…don’t matter what he say,” Westbrook said. “Who’s he?” I...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant arrives back in the Bay Area in a wheelchair

Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant is out indefinitely with a sprained MCL. On Wednesday, he returned to Oakland from the team’s east coast road trip — in a wheelchair. If anyone needs a visual detailing how far Durant has to go to get back to the court, there it is.Durant’s injury will keep him out for most of the remainder of the regular season. If all goes to plan,...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Durant explains why he didn't choose hometown Wizards

The dream of Kevin Durant going to the Washington Wizards was dead long before the team failed to secure a meeting with the Golden State Warriors star last summer.“For me, I never played at home. I didn’t know what it would be. I know every time I go back it’s pretty hectic, and I just wanted to focus on basketball and not have to worry about a lot of stuff that comes with...
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February 27, 2017  |  Discuss

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