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Kevin Durant out for at least two weeks with rib injury

Yesterday, Golden State’s Kevin Durant wouldn’t play against the Sacramento Kings due to a rib injury. But things look far worse now. In fact, Durant is going to miss at least two weeks due to an incomplete rib cartilage fracture. Meanwhile, Klay Thompson and Steph Curry remain out with hand and ankle injuries, respectively. But losing Durant too? That’s far from ideal, especially...
Via The Sports Post
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant out Friday with rib injury

The G-League’s Santa Cruz Warriors might want to make it to Oakland for the Golden State Warriors’ game against the Sacramento Kings Friday night. Why? Well, because multiple members of that minor league team could be called to action.With both Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson out to injury, we can now add former MVP Kevin Durant to the list of inactives. Durant has been ruled out...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant out against Kings with sore ribs

The hits keep coming for the Golden State Warriors. Now Kevin Durant is out against the Sacramento Kings tonight. Both Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are out with ankle and hand injuries, respectively. At least Draymond Green is set to return to the lineup tonight. In the meantime, the Warriors are 52-16 and two games back of the Rockets in the West.On the season, Durant is averaging...
Via The Sports Post
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant gets Blazers fan ejected for heckling him, then blows a kiss in guy’s direction

Kevin Durant is used to being heckled by fans of opposing teams, as he’s taken on the role of antagonist since joining the Warriors. One particular Blazers fans that was seated courtside at Moda Center for Friday’s game was heard yelling at him, and it’s unclear exactly what was said, but it was enough for security to be called. The fan was escorted out of Moda Center, and KD blew...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Blazers fan has words for Kevin Durant, gets ejected

Kevin Durant isn’t exactly the biggest fan favorite these days, and that was certainly true on Friday night in Portland.In the second quarter of a game between the Golden State Warriors and the Portland Trail Blazers, a fan sitting courtside at the Moda Center had words for Durant during an inbounds play. Whatever the fan said to the reigning Finals MVP was enough for security to...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant: Opposing fans fear, respect me

Kevin Durant isn’t worried about any personal awards. In fact, he doesn’t need anything for validation. Of course, his Golden State Warriors are favorites to win another NBA title. And, Durant is an MVP winner in his own right. But he doesn’t need to be, according to him.“Awards don’t mean anything, for one. You can still be an MVP-caliber player and not win MVP, in my opinion.”But...
Via The Sports Post
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant confirms he's not going anywhere in free agency

Asked if his 2018 free agency is the foregone conclusion that 2017’s foray onto the open market was, Kevin Durant has confirmed that he’s not going anywhere this summer. As Anthony Slater of The Athletic writes, Durant said today that he’s 100 percent sure he’ll be back with the Warriors for next season.Durant, in his second season with the Warriors, has already signed two contracts...
Via Hoops Rumors
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant confirms he’ll re-sign with the Warriors

Reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant is technically slated to hit free agency this coming summer. On the surface, that would seemingly indicate a ton of interest in his services on the open market. The Los Angeles Lakers and their ample amount of cap room come to mind first. But that’s just on the surface.Durant is intent on re-signing with the Golden State Warriors. This has been...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

KD will stay with the Warriors

Kevin Durant is only under contract with the Warriors through the end of this season. But he does have a player option for the 2018-19 that comes in at just over $26 million. And while he may turn it down, there’s no way Durant is leaving Golden State. If you don’t believe us, just ask him.I’m not even thinking about that. I’m here, I’m here. I ain’t even thought about it.But when...
Via The Sports Post
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant opening up The Durant Center for underprivileged children in hometown

The Golden State Warriors and Kevin Durant are in the reigning NBA Finals MVP’s old stomping grounds on Tuesday to celebrate their NBA championships. But instead of visiting with President Trump at the White House, they are spending the day hanging out with kids in the Washington D.C. area.There, Mr. Durant announced a 10-year, $10 million commitment to help underprivileged children...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

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