And-Ones: Durant, Heat, Celtics, Hawks

The Thunder announced via press release that Kevin Durant underwent a procedure on his right foot to help alleviate the soreness he has been experiencing.  There’s no exact timetable for KD’s return at the moment, but we should have a better idea when he’s reevaluated a week from now. Here’s tonight’s glance around the Association..

  • Because of luxury-tax implications, the Heat may have to bypass spending the entire $2.65MM salary-cap exception received for Josh McRoberts‘ knee injury, Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel writes.  The Heat have until March 10th to use that DPE, but they’re only $1.4MM below the 2014/15 luxury tax line of $76.8MM.  The immediate luxury tax payment would be minimal, but it would reset the team’s luxury tax clock.
  • Even with Isaiah Thomas now in the fold, the loss of Jared Sullinger may be enough to sink the Celtics‘ playoff hopes, Jeremy Gottlieb of writes.  The C’s announced on Sunday that Sullinger will miss the remainder of the season because of a metatarsal stress fracture in his left foot.  Sullinger was averaging 14.4 points and 28.7 minutes per game this season, both career highs.
  • Who says you need a superstar to win?  The Hawks are shunning convention with their roster and soaring, Eric Koreen of the National Post writes.
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2 thoughts on “And-Ones: Durant, Heat, Celtics, Hawks


    What’s the point of making the playoffs only to get embarrassed. Celtics are better of hoping the ping pong balls fall in their favor.


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