Nets rule Kevin Durant out for game at Clippers

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Kevin Durant brings ball up cropped
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The Nets ruled Kevin Durant out for Monday's game at the Los Angeles Clippers, a 10:30 p.m. tip-off.

Originally, head coach Steve Nash told reporters this past Friday that there was a chance of Durant rejoining the team for Brooklyn's two-game road trip to Los Angeles.

Without Durant this weekend, the Nets earned a 122-115 win Saturday at the Lakers, which featured a pair of 30-plus-point performances by James Harden (game-high 36) and Patty Mills (34).

Durant headlines seven Nets remaining in health and safety protocols.

LaMarcus Aldridge, David Duke Jr., Kessler Edwards, Kyrie Irving, Day'Ron Sharpe and Cam Thomas are the others.

After beating the Lakers (16-18), the Nets (22-9) face the Clippers (17-16) and then return to Barclays Center for a three-game homestand starting Thursday, a 7:30 p.m. tip-off against the Philadelphia 76ers.