Magic's Aaron Gordon slams Kevin Durant for injury-related mistake

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Kevin Durant has had many issues this season, which in the end proved too much for last year's NBA MVP.

Durant will miss the rest of the season due to a foot injury after the announcement was made last month.

Oklahoma City Thunder will certainly miss the talents of the NBA’s best player, but even worse for OKC is the fact that there is a chance that Durant could have avoided his terrible situation.

These are not comments from a doctor who knows the ins and outs of Durant’s injury from a medical perspective, but this opinion does come from a player who has an understanding of how these types of foot injuries work.

Orlando Magic’s Aaron Gordon is a player who knows plenty about the type of injury Kevin Durant has suffered and is suffering from, and Gordon has some pretty explosive comments for Durant, with the rookie baller claiming Durant came back too early from his first foot injury setback.

These comments are pretty explosive from Gordon, but what do you think NBA fans? Did Kevin Durant return too soon from his latest injury? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below. 

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