Warriors forward Kevin Durant plans to play in Monday’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals, a source told ESPN.
TORONTO — Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant plans to play in Monday’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors, a league source told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Durant took part in morning shootaround and then went to receive treatment for the injured calf that has kept him out since May 8. He practiced Sunday with his teammates for the first time since getting hurt.
«It looked good and we’ll see where it all goes,» Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
After practice Sunday, the 30-year-old Durant had two big ice packs wrapped around the lower part of his right calf and his right Achilles tendon. He walked toward the team bus with assistant coach Mike Brown and members of the Warriors’ training staff.
The Warriors were hopeful that Durant would be able to return to action in Game 4, but he had not been cleared for practice up to that point.

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