Kevin Durant returned to his first full practice since spraining his ankle on Dec. 18 and looked good.
“He was very lively and active on both ends of the floor,” Scott Brooks said. “He’s progressing well. We’ll see how he feels tomorrow and go from there.”
Brooks wouldn’t commit to Durant returning from a six-game absence on Wednesday against the Suns. But signs seem to indicate that will likely be the case.
“Yeah, on the White team he scored 13 of the 17 points in about five minutes of the scrimmage,” Kendrick Perkins said of Durant. “So, yeah, he looked real good.”