Kevin Durant out again with toe injury

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Kevin Durant sat out Monday's 104-97 win over the Orlando Magic with a sprained left big toe.

He's considered day to day.

Durant injured the toe more than week ago in Cleveland. He sat the Thunder's next two games but returned Saturday against the Memphis Grizzlies, playing 37 minutes.

After partially participating in shootaround Monday, Durant was listed as questionable but along with the Thunder's medical staff, decided to sit.

"He didn't feel comfortable," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. "It didn't respond the way we would've liked it."

After missing only 16 games the first seven seasons of his career, Durant will miss his 26th game of this season. He missed the opening six weeks after surgery to repair a fracture in his right foot and then two weeks because of a sprained right ankle.

Guard Dion Waiters started in place of Durant and finished with 24 points, four rebounds and an assist. Perry Jones, who had started for Durant in the two previous games he missed, was also out with a sore left ankle.

Russell Westbrook shouldered the load for the Thunder, registering his second triple-double of the season with 25 points 11 rebounds and 14 assists.