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Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant, who is sitting out tonight’s game against the Brooklyn Nets due to a left ankle sprain, tells ESPN he’s ‘not sure’ if he’ll be able to play in Wednesday’s much-anticipated matchup versus his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Durant is currently being listed as day-to-day. He’s averaging 24.9 points and 7.0 rebounds on the season.
Kevin Durant (ankle sprain) tells ESPN “I’m not sure” if he’ll be able to go Wednesday at OKC: “I’m just going to take it day by day and see how it progresses.”
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) November 19, 2017
Durant scored 27 points in the Warriors’ come-from-behind victory Saturday in Philadelphia, but aggravated his ankle late in the fourth quarter. Head coach Steve Kerr told reporters Durant woke up sore this morning.