MVP Durant out indefinitely with broken foot


OKLAHOMA CITY: Four-time NBA scoring champion Kevin Durant, last season’s NBA Most Valuable Player, has been sidelined indefinitely with a broken right foot, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced on Sunday (Monday in Manila). Durant, who complained of pain after a Saturday workout, will require surgery for the break at the base of the small toe, which typically takes six to eight weeks of recovery time but could take longer depending on the severity of Durant’s specific injury. The 26-year-old forward figures to be out for at least the first six weeks of the upcoming NBA season, about 20 games or nearly a quarter of the season.



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