The Golden State Warriors lapse for their second and final regular-season revisit to Oklahoma City on Monday, though Kevin Durant won’t be personification as he continues to rehab his left knee injury. And that competence be OK, since a Warriors were “furious and bewildered” by a Thunder organization’s diagnosis of Durant in his initial revisit on Feb. 11, sources told ESPN’s Chris Haynes.
Before and during that game, a Thunder refused to privately residence or acknowledge Durant’s lapse to a city he played 8 years in. Haynes reports a Warriors trust that inaction combined a antagonistic sourroundings during Chesapeake Arena.
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It eventually mattered small to a Warriors, as they walked divided with a 130-114 win.
Durant is now roving with a group as he rehabs, though a million-dollar doubt Monday in OKC will be if he sits on a dais with his teammates or stays in a locker room.