ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reported on SportsCenter that Durant’s return will again be pushed back, according to a tweet from ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.
Keaton Fox of Fox 25 provided a synopsis of what Sam Presti had to say on Durant’s status: “KD is being removed from basketball activities on the floor. Not making progress he had hope [sic]. Still has soreness.”
Shelburne also reported that Presti said Durant would be out indefinitely.
Presti also told reporters that the Thunder were willing to sit their star for the rest of the season, according to Michael Lee of The Washington Post.
“The goal is to get him back on the court healthy, whenever that is,” Presti said, according to Marc J. Spears of Yahoo.
On March 19, Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman reported Durant would not play against the Hawks on Friday.
Royce Young of ESPN reported Durant missed practice Thursday and that head coach Scott Brooks said the superstar was experiencing soreness in his foot. Young also reported that Brooks described Durant’s rehab as “peaks and valleys.”