Kevin Durant Suffers Grade 2 MCL Sprain, Tibial Bone Bruise

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Kevin Durant suffered a Grade 2 Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) sprain and a tibial bone bruise, the Warriors announced on Wednesday morning.

He will be out of action indefinitely and will be re-evaluated in four (4) weeks. There is no timetable for his return, but it has not been ruled out that he could play again before the end of the regular season.

Durant left last night's game in Washington with 10:27 remaining in the first quarter and underwent an MRI at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in the DC area.

The final game of the regular season is on Wednesday, April 12.

More to come...

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