Kevin Durant continues his recovery from the ankle injury that he suffered while warming up for the Thunder game.
Suns’ head coach Monty Williams says that the two-time NBA champion wants to play and is progressing.
Via Duane Rankin of azcentral:
“Kevin wants to play,” Williams said before Monday’s game against defending NBA champion Golden State at Chase Center. “I hate answering stuff like that because if I say anything, it becomes a thing, right? I think it speaks to how badly he wants to play. I haven’t gotten many reports outside of he’s progressing.”
Durant appeared in three games for Phoenix before the injury, averaging 26.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 32.7 minutes per game.