Kevin Durant Leaves Game With Ankle Sprain

Oklahoma Thunder forward Kevin Durant left Wednesday's game during the third quarter after turning his ankle awkwardly on a collision with Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough. He did not return.

Durant was driving the lane when he collided with Hansbrough, stepping on his foot, and falling awkwardly to the floor with 2:44 left. He laid there in pain for several moments before standing up.


Durant did shoot two free-throws to complete his 21-point night before going to the lockers. Two trainers had to help Durant to the locker room.

The Thunder beat the Pacers 113-89, though the extent of Durant's injury remains unknown.

Keep an eye on Thunder blog Welcome To Loud City for updates.
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