Kevin Durant has injured elbow; status for Tuesday uncertain

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Kevin Durant did not practice Monday, two days after he took a hard fall on his right elbow during a game against the Indiana Pacers, and was questionable for Tuesday's game against the Houston Rockets.

"We'll see how he's doing tomorrow," Billy Donovan said. "It's nothing, I don't think, too serious. Nothing of a major problem there. Obviously, we're always going to put those guys' health first, see where they're at. I think he feels fine, but however he landed there in the Indiana game, he has some discomfort. We'll probably find out a little bit more at shootaround."

In the fourth quarter of the Thunder's 115-111 win over the Pacers, Durant blocked Paul George's layup attempt but was undercut by teammate Randy Foye. Durant landed on Foye and jammed his elbow.

"How he landed, they actually looked into it and stuff, and there's nothing structurally wrong," Donovan said. "I'm sure he just has some discomfort there."

Durant had his elbow wrapped in ice at practice Monday. He participated in some drills on the side but not any of the contact portion.

Durant, 27, is averaging 28.0 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.9 assists in 63 games this season. He is set to become a free agent at the end of this season. He has said speculation and rumors regarding his future haven't been a distraction for him or the Thunder, who at 48-22 stand third in the Western Conference.