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Kevin Durant re-injures right leg in NBA Finals Game 5; MRI on Tuesday

Kevin Durant re-injures right leg in NBA Finals Game 5; MRI on Tuesday

Kevin Durant's return to the Golden State Warriors' lineup lasted just over 14 minutes of game time Monday night.

With 9:50 remaining in the second quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals, Durant re-injured his lower right leg when he tried to dribble around Toronto Raptors big man Serge Ibaka.

Durant immediately was helped to the Warriors' locker room at Scotiabank Arena. He yelled an expletive as he left the court.

The Warriors later announced that Durant indeed had suffered a lower right leg injury and would not return to the game. He will have an MRI on Tuesday.

KD was seen leaving the arena on crutches during the third quarter.

Durant was playing in his first game since May 8 when he strained his right calf during Game 5 of the Warriors' second-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets.

Raptors fans, whom many had applauded for their passion throughout the NBA Finals, appeared to cheer Durant's injury.

The two-time NBA Finals MVP was off to a hot start in his return, scoring 11 points in 12 minutes of action.

Check out four Warriors Chase Center court designs that leaked on Reddit

Check out four Warriors Chase Center court designs that leaked on Reddit

Free agency and trade rumors are a thing of the past. It's officially Leak Season in the NBA. 

Reddit user u/lakerswiz leaked an album of court designs for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season on Thursday. The leak includes four Warriors court designs for Chase Center and a that which shows Golden State's primary, global and secondary logos. 

Below are pictures of the four leaked Chase Center court designs. All pictures are provided by Reddit's u/lakerswiz. 

Warriors The Town court design 

 

Warriors 1962-63 court design 

Warriors 1966-67 court design 

Warriors primary court design 

Several Warriors jerseys for the upcoming season already have leaked, and NBA 2K20 shows a classic San Francisco Warriors jersey as well. 

[RELATED: Watch Dubs teammates D-Lo, Draymond work out together]

From the revamped roster to the court design and more, Chase Center will bring a whole new era of Warriors basketball.

Watch Warriors teammates D'Angelo Russell, Draymond Green work out together

Watch Warriors teammates D'Angelo Russell, Draymond Green work out together

D'Angelo Russell is getting well acquainted with his new Warriors teammates this offseason. 

The latest Golden State star to work out with Russell is forward Draymond Green. This should be a welcome sight for Warriors fans. 

Green and Russell were seen working on their game together and even got some pick-and-pop plays in. 

The newest All-Star guard to join the Dubs already has worked with backcourt mate Steph Curry this offseason and received instructions from Hall of Famer Steve Nash, who is a Player Development Coach for the Warriors.

[RELATED: Why winning 73 games didn't end with title for the Dubs]

Russell brings a different element to the Warriors and the lefty could form a scary duo with Curry while Klay Thompson recovers from a torn ACL. The 23-year-old enjoyed a breakout year last season, and now joins the most talented roster he's ever played with. 

There might be some kinks to figure out at the beginning of the season, but it's clear D-Lo is putting in work to fit in seamlessly with his new teammates.