Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant is listed as probable to play against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night, per Chris Haynes of ESPN.com, and made his intentions clear earlier in the day. "I feel good right now," he said. "I plan on playing." The Warriors star sat out Sunday's win over the Brooklyn Nets after he sprained his left ankle in a 124-116 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday. Wednesday's tilt be Durant's second game in Oklahoma City after he signed with the Warriors in the summer of 2016. Durant, who was with the Thunder for the first eight seasons of the organization's time in Oklahoma City, went off for 34 points in his return to the city during Golden State's 130-114 win last February. Durant sat out the team's 111-95 win in Oklahoma City last March with a knee injury.
Kevin Durant Plans on Playing vs. Russell Westbrook, Thunder with Ankle Injury
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