Kevin Durant

#35 SF / Oklahoma City Thunder / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-9 Weight: 240 lb Age: 27 College: Texas

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Scores 34 in Friday's loss

      Durant scored 34 points (10-22 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 10-10 FT) while adding 13 rebounds, five assists and three blocks in 38 minutes during Friday's win over the Pistons. Russell Westbrook was having a rare off-night, so Durant picked up the slack without the Thunder missing a beat. Durant's now averaging 30.3 points, 8.3 boards, 4.0 threes, 3.7 assists, 2.3 blocks and 1.3 steals in three games since missing six starts due to a hamstring injury, and it seems safe to say that he's fully healthy.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Returns to action, scores 27 points in blowout

      Durant (hamstring) returned to action Monday after a six-game absence and posted 27 points (10-13 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds, four steals, one assist, and one block in 30 minutes against the Jazz. Durant couldn't have made a better return, as he seemed to be hitting from all spots and was fairly comfortable doing so. The Thunder won a blowout game, many thanks to Durant's performance, and his owners shouldn't be too worried about his status moving forward.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Will return to action Monday

      Durant (hamstring) will return to action Monday in Utah, David Locke of the Utah Jazz reports. This is welcomed news for Durant owners, who's been out of action since Dec. 13 with a hamstring injury. The Thunder were being cautious with their star forward in order to avoid a nagging injury, so with Durant going Monday he'll likely play his normal workload. Before being sidelined, Durant was averaging 28.1 pints, 7.3 baords, 3.0 assists, 0.8 steals, 1.3 blocks, and 2.6 triples in 35 minutes per game.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Expected back this week

      Durant (hamstring) is expected to return this week, ESPN reports. Durant has missed the last six games with a strained left hamstring, and he's expected to return this week, though the Thunder are yet to decide exactly which game that may be. The 2013-14 NBA MVP was held out of Sunday night's win over Dallas, but he could return as early as Monday against Utah or Wednesday against Brooklyn. In Durant's absence, the Thunder have gone 3-3, with Russell Westbrook averaging 32.7 points, 9.3 assists, 7.7 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game over that span.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Ruled out of Sunday's game

      Durant (hamstring) has been ruled out of Sunday's matchup with the Mavericks, Anthony Slater of the Oklahoman reports. Despite having been seen doing individual drills and full-court sprints during practice, Durant will remained sidelined Sunday, as he continues to work back from a strained hamstring injury. The Thunder originally replaced Durant with Anthony Morrow in the starting line, but decided to use Dion Waiters as a starter instead during Friday's matchup with the Knicks. It's still to be determined which of those guys will get the start Sunday, but both should see increased minutes with Durant out. Durant will remain questionable for Monday's game against the Jazz.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Ruled out Friday

      Durant (hamstring) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Knicks, The Oklahoman reports. Durant continues to work back from a strained hamstring suffered nine days ago against the Wizards, and he was observed going through individual drills at Thursday's practice, including full-court sprints. Originally given a timetable of 7-to-10 days, Durant could return as early as Sunday's matchup with Dallas. After that game, the Thunder face Utah on Monday and Brooklyn on Wednesday.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Practices Thursday

      Durant (hamstring) participated in practice Thursday but remains unlikely to play Friday night against the Knicks according to the New York Post. Even though Durant has ramped up his activity in practice, t's still unlikely that he'll be in the Thunder lineup until at least Sunday. This would be Durant's fifth game sitting out since suffering the hamstring strain, but it's not something head coach Billy Donovan appears to want to rush him back from as the Thunder have survived with a 2-2 record in Durant's absence.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Formally ruled out for Wednesday

      Durant (hamstring) has formally been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Pelicans, Royce Young of reports. Durant had a very small glimmer of hope to play for Wednesday's game after taking part in some full-court shooting drills at morning shootaround, but the Thunder quickly put the kibosh on an early return. After Wednesday's contest, Oklahoma City will be off the schedule for two days before hosting the Knicks on Saturday, which may be the date Durant is targeting for a return. For what it's worth, it doesn't sound like Durant has endured any further setbacks since he first sustained the hamstring strain last week, but his activity over the next two days will likely dictate his availability for Saturday.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Will miss at least two more games

      Durant (hamstring) said that he's showing improvement, but will miss at least two more games,'s Royce Young reports. Durant, who first suffered the injury last Tuesday in a game against the Wizards, is scheduled to be reevaluated within a few days, at which point the Thunder may have a better idea of when he'll be able to make his return to the lineup. For now, he's been limited to doing weight training and doing some light shooting during practices, but the Thunder are hopeful he can ramp up his activities by the end of the week. With Durant officially ruled out for games Monday against the Grizzlies and Wednesday against the Pelicans, the forward's next opportunity to play would arrive Saturday at home versus the Knicks. Anthony Morrow is expected to remain the starter at small forward until Durant returns.

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      Thunder's Kevin Durant: Will miss at least a week

      Durant (hamstring) has been ruled out for 7-to-10 days, Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders reports. An MRI on Wednesday revealed that Durant has a strained hamstring, which he sustained Tuesday night against the Wizards. Durant will remain out for 7-to-10 days before being re-evaluated, meaning he'll miss three games at the absolute minimum. In Durant's absence, the Thunder will lean especially heavily on Russell Westbrook, while Kyle Singler and Anthony Morrow could also pick up extra minutes on the wing.

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