Kevin Durant
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Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant is back with the team and will be “a full-go” against the Golden State Warriors on Feb. 13, head coach Steve Nash announced.

Durant spent six days in the NBA’s health and safety protocols.

He last played on Feb. 5 against the Toronto Raptors in a wild sequence of events when he didn’t start the game, eventually entered the game midway through the first quarter, then was ultimately removed from the game in the third quarter due to contact tracing.

“I was a little upset during and after the game, but I’m cool now,” said Durant. “I’m ready to play.”

Despite being out a week, Durant won’t have any minutes restrictions.

“Even if I wanted to limit him,” Nash said, “I don’t think he’d allow me to.”

The Warriors are planning two video tributes for Durant – one on Feb. 13 when he makes his on-court return to the Bay Area and another one next season when fans are back at the Warriors’ Chase Center.