OAKLAND -- Kevin Durant was up and walking at the Warriors facility Monday morning, his sprained left knee supported by a light wrap rather than the bulky brace he had been seen wearing the previous 10 days.
This is progress, it seems.
“He didn’t take part in anything with practice; he was with the training staff,” coach Steve Kerr said. “But he’s progressing, getting on the bike and that kind of stuff.
“He told me he’s feeling really good.”
Durant sustained a Grade 2 sprain to his medial collateral ligament (MCL) and tibial bone bruise in the first quarter of the Feb. 28 game at Washington.
He is scheduled to undergo reevaluation at the end of the month, with the Warriors hoping he can return before the playoffs begin April 15.