The Brooklyn Nets will likely be with out star Kevin Durant for no less than a month, however head coach Steve Nash would not need his crew to waste any time dwelling on it.
“We simply must do one of the best we are able to. We will not cry about it,” Nash advised ESPN. “We will not really feel sorry for ourselves. We received to maintain constructing, see what we are able to be taught, how we are able to develop throughout this era of Kevin being out and Joe [Harris] being out and the way we are able to proceed to maneuver this factor ahead so once they do come again, we’re in a greater place — and he can rejoin us in a spot the place we are able to really feel higher about the place we’re in that a part of the season.”
Durant sprained the MCL in his left knee throughout Saturday’s win over the New Orleans Pelicans, leaving the courtroom with a noticeable limp, though he was capable of stroll beneath his personal energy.