Golden State Warriors starman and topscorer, Kevin Durrant is out “indefinitely”after suffering a knee injury in his side’s 112-108 loss at Washington Wizards, the basketball club has confirmed.
Durrant, 28 limped out of the game after his teammate, Zaza Pachulia fell on his left leg and caused a sprained medical ligament and leg bruising. He was examined after and results have proven he is out of the 2016/2017 NBA season. Sources say he may return after the end of the regular season in somewhere mid April.
Durrant was the 2014 Most Valuable player when he was at Oklahoma City Thunder and joined Golden State Warriors in a deal reported to worth $54.3m (£43.9m). The American spent eight seasons at Oklahoma City Thunder before joining Warriors in 2014 and has helped them to a league-best 50-9 record ensuring they book their place in the playoffs as Western Conference leaders.