Suns Kevin Durant Expected To Miss 2-3 Weeks With Ankle Injury

Phoenix Suns forward Kevin Durant looks at the hoop.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Phoenix Suns forward Kevin Durant is expected to miss two to three weeks because of a left ankle injury.

Durant had an MRI on Thursday, and the Suns released a statement saying Durant will be re-evaluated in three weeks.

Kevin Durant Injured Ankle In Pregame Warmups

Durant injured his left ankle during warmups before his first home game with the Suns. Durant went up for a layup before slipping and rolling his ankle.

The injury forced Durant to miss the game. The Suns went on to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder.

After the game, Durant was seen in a walking boot leaving the Suns’ arena.

Durant Has Barely Played Since Being Acquired By The Suns

Durant was traded from the Brooklyn Nets to the Suns on February 9 for four unprotected first-round picks, and a 2028 first-round pick swap.

Durant has only played three games with the Suns, averaging 26.7 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 3.7 assists.

The Suns won all three games with Durant in the lineup.

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