Kevin Durant‘s 2014-2015 NBA season is coming to an end. The Oklahoma City Thunder announced that he will undergo season ending surgery on his troublesome right foot.
Kevin Durant will have bone graft surgery on his ailing right foot and miss the remainder of the season, Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti announced Friday.
Durant will have the procedure early next week and is expected to return to basketball activities in the next four to six months.
The news comes a week after Presti announced that Durant been “removed from basketball activities” and insinuated he could be shut down.
Durant first had surgery on the foot on February 23 to basically alleviate issues from a previous surgery he had on October 2014 for a Jones fracture in the foot. The reigning NBA MVP was set to return but soreness returned, and he was shut down indefinitely about a week ago.
Of course we don’t think the Based God is really to blame for this unfortunate turn of events. But it does make for one hell of headline.
We wish KD a speedy recovery.
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