Kevin Durant practices with Suns, to be introduced at news conference on Feb. 16

Kevin Durant has yet to play in a game for the Phoenix Suns, but on Monday he was spotted practicing with the team.

The Suns acquired the 13-time All-Star, along with T.J. Warren, on Feb. 9 in a trade with the Brooklyn Nets. In exchange for Durant, the Suns dealt fan favorite Mikal Bridges, Cam Johnson, four first-round draft picks, and a 2028 pick swap.

The 34-year-old Durant is still playing at an elite level, averaging nearly 30 points per game this season. He asked for a trade last summer and the Suns were interested, and finally got him before the NBA trade deadline.

Durant is currently recovering from a sprained knee ligament and is not expected to play before the All-Star break.

According to a news release from the Suns, Durant will be welcomed to the Valley during a news conference at 2 p.m. on Feb. 16.

The Associated Press (AP) contributed to this report.

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Suns forward Kevin Durant practicing with the team on Feb. 13. (Brad Gass)