Durant, who transferred to Phoenix, reported his physical condition.
Kevin Durant (208cm, F) is considered one of the best players in the league. He has won two season MVP awards, two Finals MVP awards, two NBA championships, and four scoring titles. He is regarded as one of the best scorers of all time, showing excellent scoring ability.
He had injuries and became a veteran, but his performance this season is still the same. He averaged 29.7 points, 6.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists in 39 appearances. However, he suffered a knee injury in early January and has not been able to play since then.
Durant has undergone major changes during his injury. He moved to the Phoenix Suns from the Brooklyn Nets, where he previously played. He hasn’t made his debut yet, but the Phoenix with Durant is also called a ‘super team’. The reason is that the team has Chris Paul (183cm, G), Devin Booker (196cm, G) and Deandre Ayton (211cm, C).
The key is the injury of key players. Both Booker and Paul have injury histories, and so does Durant. In particular, Durant has not been able to play since the Miami Heat game on January 9 (Korean time). Then, how is Durant’s physical condition? 토토사이트
In response, Durant opened his mouth. When asked about the timing of his return, Durant said in an interview with The Washington Post, “Actually, I’m not sure either. Now his knee condition is definitely better. There is still time left, so he will consult with his teammates and trainers to make the best choice,” he said of his physical condition ahead of the match against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Afterwards, journalist Shams Charania of ‘The Athletic’ said, “Durant will make a comeback against the Charlotte Hornets on the 2nd.”
Durant said his knee was improving, and reporter Karania said Durant would return to play against the Charlotte Hornets. Will Durant be able to make a comeback against Charlotte? If he returns, attention will be paid to how Phoenix, with Durant joining, will show off his performance, and how Durant will perform in the new team.