Spotted on ESPN:

Kevin Durant has a fracture in his right foot and will likely miss at least the first month of the season, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced Sunday.

The team said Durant has a “Jones fracture,” a broken bone at the base of the small toe.

Thunder general manager Sam Presti said no specific incident caused the injury; it happened over time. Durant has not been given an official timetable, but will likely miss six to eight weeks, based on the typical recovery time for an injury of this nature.

“From what I’ve been told, a Jones fracture is the most common surgical procedure performed on NBA players as of late,” Presti said. “It has happened enough so that there is enough of a body of work to look at an average recovery time.”

Durant will undergo further evaluation and consultation over the next few days and determine if surgery is necessary. It appears likely.

“We’re heading in that direction,” Presti said.

Following practice Saturday, Durant informed the Thunder medical staff he was experiencing an “aching” in his right foot. Durant had participated in both the Thunder’s preseason games thus far and played a total of 30 minutes.

“We’re really fortunate that we’re catching it when we’re catching it,” Presti said. “We are very fortunate that Kevin notified us yesterday and that we’re kind of catching it on the front end, before this became more of an acute issue.”

You can read more at ESPN. As far as Lil B’s response (who “cursed” Durant in the past):

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