Why Kevin Durant sees world differently now

ESPN—June 1, 2017

ESPN featured an article on Golden State Warriors basketball player Kevin Durant and his past injuries.

In 2014, Durant had a fracture in his right foot. ESPN interviewed HSS foot and ankle surgeon Martin J. O'Malley, MD, who was a consulting physician, on the nature of the injury.

According to Dr. O'Malley, Kevin's foot is a size 19 with an unusual curvature, which caused his foot to be prone to injury. "Pictures of Kevin's feet look like hockey sticks," he said.

After Kevin broke his foot a second time, Dr. O'Malley created a bone graft to add extra protection to Kevin's foot and performed the surgery.

Read the full article at ESPN.com

 

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