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VIDEO: Kevin Durant Talks About His Foot Injury

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Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant spoke to the media Tuesday, Oct. 21 for the first time since suffering a fractured right foot that will keep him out of action for about two months.

Durant wheeled into the news conference using a scooter that allows his right leg to rest while he moves forward using his left leg to propel himself.

He says he's already antsy to get back to playing, but won't rush to get back.

Durant says he wants to make sure he's 100 percent healthy, but hopes he can return to the court in December.

The Thunder finish off preseason play Tuesday night, Oct. 21 at home against the Utah Jazz at 7:00 at Chesapeake Arena.


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