Should the NBA resume the 2019-20 season following its suspension of play in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the campaign would conclude substantially later than it would during a normal year. The extended delay has prompted some to wonder whether Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant — who was expected to miss the entire season due to injury — might actually suit up for his new team this season as a result of the new timeline. However, one of the league’s most prominent insiders has asserted that it’s not going to happen.
On an episode of The Woj Pod, noted NBA scribe Adrian Wojnarowski claimed that Durant isn’t a part of the Nets plans on the court this season and won’t return to action even if the league is able resume play ahead of next season.
“Kevin Durant is not coming back to the Nets this year. That’s not happening… They’re not playing him,” Wojnarowski stated forcefully.
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