The same injury that derailed the Nets’ last season has reared it’s ugly head, with Kevin Durant suffering another sprained MCL.
An MRI exam on Tuesday (all times AEDT) revealed that Durant was diagnosed with an isolated MCL sprain of the right knee.
The injury occurred with a minute left in the third quarter of Monday’s 102-101 win at Miami after a collision with the Heat’s Jimmy Butler in the third quarter.. Durant will be re-evaluated in two weeks, but he’s all too familiar with this injury, and it has cost him over a month in both 2017 and again last season.
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Losing Durant for another month could prove catastrophic for Brooklyn, which is 27-13 and has the second-best record in the league behind the…