Nets worry after Durant exits early due to left knee sprain

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16/01/202202:48
Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets celebrates a basket against the New Orleans Pelicans during their game at Barclays Center
Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets celebrates a basket against the New Orleans Pelicans during their game at Barclays Center

All-Star Kevin Durant has been forced out of Saturday's Brooklyn Nets game against the New Orleans Pelicans due to a left knee sprain.

Durant is expected to undergo an MRI on the injury which he sustained with just under six minutes remaining in the second quarter.

The 33-year-old two-time NBA champion was ruled out by the Nets for the remainder of the game, after teammate Bruce Brown fell on his left knee upon a drive from Pels guard Herb Jones.

Durant was making his return after he sat out Thursday's 130-109 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The 2014 MVP had been averaging 29.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists prior to Saturday's game.

Kevin Durant is out for the remainder of tonight’s game due to a left knee sprain.

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