Kevin Durant says he's 'P***ed off' ahead of OKC Thunder return

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Kevin Durant hasn't step foot on an NBA court once this season, and that has made the reigning Most Valuable Player very, very mad.

KD's Pissed

The best scorer in the National Basketball Association has been forced to watch all of his Oklahoma City Thunder's teams games this season from the sidelines, and with the news that he is now set to return, Durant has revealed he is chomping at the bit.

In fact, Durant has sent out a warning to the rest of the NBA, revealing how the time out has made him even more pissed off.

Durant's first opponents after his foot fracture will be the New Orleans Pelicans, who unfortunately will not be able to make a clone of Anthony Davis in time for the game, one to guard the paint and the other to guard KD.

Thunder Struggles

Durant when he’s playing without extra motivation is scary enough. But a Kevin Durant with something to prove sounds absolutely terrifying for opponents. It might take a couple of games to get back in his stride but their can be no doubts that KD will not be wanting to give up his MVP trophy.

It appears that the Thunder and their star man both want him on the court as soon as possible to turn them around after an awful start has seen the perennial NBA title challengers slump to a 5-12 record.

But with Durant and Russell Westbrook both back in the fold following injury, you can fully expect the Thunder to not be below .500 for too much longer.

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