Kevin Durant will miss in any event two games for the Brooklyn Nets with a left hamstring strain, the group reported Sunday.

Brooklyn called the strain gentle however said in a proclamation that Durant will be out on Monday against Sacramento and Tuesday against Phoenix while he gets treatment.

Durant played in his first game in seven days on Saturday. He had been set in the association’s wellbeing and security conventions on Feb. 5 subsequent to having close contact with a group worker who tried positive for the Covid. Durant got back to rehearse on Feb. 12 and played 33 minutes in Saturday’s success over the Golden State Warriors.

The Nets’ Big Three of Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving have played only seven games together since Harden was exchanged to Brooklyn in mid-January. That seven-game all out remembers the game recently against Toronto for which Durant was pulled in the second from last quarter and put into the group’s contact following conventions.

Durant said Friday he expected to utilize the Nets’ five-game West Coast excursion to keep on expanding on-court science with his new colleagues. Presently, first-year lead trainer Steve Nash is entrusted with reshuffling a program that has just seen 17 diverse beginning arrangements – attached with the Wizards for most in the class this season, as indicated by research by ESPN Stats and Information.

Falling off an Achilles tear that cost him all of last season, Durant is averaging 29 focuses, 7.3 bounce back and 5.3 helps this season for Brooklyn. He has missed nine of the Nets’ 28 games this season; Brooklyn is 2-2 without him since exchanging for Harden a month ago.

DeAndre Jordan, who missed Saturday’s down for individual reasons, is recorded as plausible to return on the Nets’ physical issue report for Monday’s down against the Kings.

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