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Kevin Durant reportedly targeting March 1 for Suns debut

Nekias Duncan joins Brother From Another to talk about the Kevin Durant trade and how a season without a title will hurt the Suns more than it would hurt the superstar forward.

Kevin Durant has been out since Jan. 9 with a sprained MCL, but a few things have shifted in his world while he’s been sidelined — his home address and the team he plays for are now both in Phoenix.

Durant is targeting March 1 for his debut with the Suns, reports Shams Charania and Sam Amick of The Athletic.

Durant was injured last month when Jimmy Butler fell into Durant’s leg.

By adding Durant, the Suns shifted the balance of power in the West — they are contenders now. A contender with questions about defense and the willingness of everyone involved to sacrifice and make it work, but a contender nonetheless because of Durant. He has played at an MVP level this season, averaging 30 points a game with a 67.5 true shooting percentage, plus adding 6.8 rebounds and 5.4 assists a night. Put that next to Devin Booker, Chris Paul and DeAndre Ayton and you have a contender.