Kevin Durant has a sprained right knee and his team Brooklyn Nets says he will miss at least two weeks.
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Durant was hurt on Sunday in Nets’ 102-101 victory in Miami and had an MRI on Monday that revealed an isolated sprain in his medial collateral ligament. The team said he would be re-evaluated in two weeks.
Durant has led the Nets to 18 wins in their last 20 games and a 27-13 record, a game behind Boston for the best record in the NBA.