Kevin Durant Reveals He Would Have Skipped NBA Resumption In Orlando Even If He Was Healthy

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Kevin Durant Reveals He Would Have Skipped NBA Resumption In Orlando Even If He Was Healthy

 

This past summer, Kevin Durant signed a four year contract, with the Brooklyn Nets worth $164 million, even though the Warriors offered Durant a supermax contract worth $221 million over five years.

The last time we saw Kevin Durant on NBA hardwood, was in Warriors colors though, when he hobbled off the field with a torn achilles during the NBA Finals. Not the best goodbye. Not for KD, not for his teammates and not for Warriors fans.

But thankfully, Durant has been ramping up the intensity in his current rehab progress and he looks impressive. He even is driving and dunking again. While the resumption of the season is coming to early for Durant to be healthy and fit enough to participate, it looks like he’s definitely on schedule to return next season. 

But, turns out that Durant would have likely skipped the Orlando bubble even if he was healthy enough to play, that’s what he revealed in a recent interview with ‘DawgTalk101’:

 

“I feel, me right now, I probably wouldn’t have played because of the unknown going into the situation looks crazy right now, seeing so many new cases. It’s just so unpredictable. It’s easy for me to say right now because I’m injured, but I probably wouldn’t have went down there.”

 

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