Kevin Durant confirms that he won’t be playing this season
Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant has dashed all hopes of a possible return this season.
The striker has not played a single minute of basketball after an Achilles injury in the 2019 NBA final and has already made it clear that he would forego the current rehabilitation period. Given the unforeseen extension of the season, however, it was believed that he could return NBA commissioner Adam Silver gave him the green light.
Talk to in a very long interview The undefeatedHowever, Durant’s Marc J. Spears stated unequivocally that he had no plans to play when the season resumed.
“My season is over. I have no intention of playing at all. We decided last summer when it happened for the first time that I would only wait until the next season. I had no plans to play at all this season. “
Kevin Durant doesn’t know how he feels about the restart
Durant also admitted that he’s not sure how he feels about basketball coming back. The 29-year-old was one of the NBA players who contracted COVID-19 earlier this year. Therefore, his attitude is understandably different from that of many other athletes. However, he is fascinated by the view.
“I just don’t know what to feel, what it will look like or what it will look like,” he said, because it is the league’s plan to bring basketball back next month. “I’m excited to see what happens in the future because we still have months to go. But I’m looking forward to seeing how they end this thing. We have such a smart leadership with the NBA. They’ll make sure everyone in Orlando is in Security is and that the played basketball comes first.
“The amenities we have will be top notch. I have complete confidence in the NBA that everything will be fine. I’m just looking forward to what our league will look like in a COVID 19 world. “