Nets' Kevin Durant doesn't start game, returns, then ruled out due to NBA health and safety protocols

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Nets' Kevin Durant doesn't start game, returns, then ruled out due to NBA health and safety protocols

A strange scene unfolded at Barclays Center when Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant did not start the game due to NBA health and safety protocols, the

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A strange scene unfolded at Barclays Center when Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant did not start the game due to NBA health and safety protocols, then was cleared to play only to ultimately be pulled during the third quarter and ruled out for the rest of the night.

Durant was ruled unavailable to start shortly before the Nets tipped off Friday against the Toronto Raptors because of COVID-19 contact tracing. After being cleared, Durant entered the game at the 4:13 mark of the first quarter.

Durant played the rest of the first half and started the third quarter for Brooklyn. He was then removed from the game with 9:06 left in the third during a coach’s challenge. While play was stopped, Durant was seated in the bench area when cameras showed a Nets team staffer approach and inform him he was being ruled out. Durant was seen shaking in head in apparent exasperation as he headed to the locker room.

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