We just got a very promising update on the conditions of Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant after the 31-year-old tested positive for coronavirus. According to Nets team member Ian Eagle, Durant has been healthier than ever and could even adapt to Brooklyn if the season resumes tomorrow.
“Durant and his people have downplayed it,” said Eagle, through SB Nation’s Billy Reinhardt. “Obviously, Kevin right now, the focus, after his positive coronavirus test, is clearly all about health. But yes, allow your mind to wander a little. What Durant, from those little snippets of videos that we have seen, he looks good. He looks like himself. He looks like a player who could step in and play today. “
This is an excellent update that we can get about the current conditions of the forward of the networks, which seems to have already beaten the virus at this point. In addition, Eagle has given a warning, saying that Durant’s impending return is far from certain.
“He’ll probably be asked the question: what do you want to do,” added Eagle. “And I think (the networks) would lean to him. From a medical point of view, my understanding is that, from this point on, it can play. Now it’s a question (of) the team is comfortable, is it comfortable? “
There were whispers of the current season that have been deleted in the light of the pandemic, and if this is the case, then, barring any unforeseen setbacks, Durant should be fine once he starts the new season – whenever that will .