OKLAHOMA CITY, March 28 - NBA's Most Valuable Player Kevin Durant will be out for the whole season, he will have a bone graft surgery on his injured right foot. It is expected that he will not be able to play for four to six months according to Oklahoma City Thunder General Manager Sam Presti.
Probably Sam Presti's most telling answer on Kevin Durant today: pic.twitter.com/WefVJzpDsi
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 20, 2015
Durant already had surgery back in October and another one on February 23. Durant is averaging 25.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists in 27 games in this season.
The Oklahoma City Thunder is currently on the No. 8 spot in the western conference with a win/loss record of 41-31.