A screw was replaced from his October operation for a broken bone in the right foot. Thunder General Manager Sam Presti said the star forward, last season's
Durant has played in just 27 games this season because of the broken foot, sprained right ankle and sprained left big toe. He said the right foot was sore after Thursday night's game against Dallas.
"Yeah, it's tough, but I'll figure it out," he said. "Just got to get through it, keep getting treatment, and talk to trainers tomorrow to see what we can do to make it better."
Presti said the rubbing has not created nothing more than discomfort with the cuboid bone, and there is not a new injury. He said transferring to a different screw would not be possible if the initial injury had not been healing properly. \
"While he's on the floor and playing through the soreness, he's in no way putting at risk the initial injury," Presti said. "Otherwise, he would not have been on the floor."