Kevin Durant Out At Least 2 Weeks After Badly Rolling Ankle In Pregame Warm-Ups

Kevin Durant, the Brooklyn Nets’ superstar forward, is set to sit out for at least two weeks after injuring his ankle during pregame warm-ups. The incident occurred prior to the Nets’ game against the Miami Heat, where Durant was set to face off against his close friend and former teammate, Dwyane Wade. Durant was seen on crutches after the game and underwent an MRI the next day, which confirmed a left ankle sprain. This is a setback not only for Durant but also for the Nets, who are currently in second place in the Eastern Conference. Fans of the Nets and Durant will have to wait until he has fully healed to see him back on the court, but for now, they can only hope for a speedy recovery.

By Mark Johnson

Mark is a sports journalist who has covered some of the biggest events in the world of athletics. His articles are known for their in-depth analysis and expert insights, and he has a passion for exploring the human stories behind the world's top athletes.

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