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Durant says owners at fault in lockout

Updated: 16 October 2011 17:28 IST

Kevin Durant is looking for some concessions from the owners to help settle the NBA lockout.

Washington:

Kevin Durant is looking for some concessions from the owners to help settle the NBA lockout.

Durant says the players have "sacrificed a lot" and the owners need to move off their positions at some point.

The Oklahoma City star was in Washington on Saturday with Wizards guard John Wall, Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins and other NBA players to renew the Philadelphia-Washington DC rivalry in front of a crowd of several hundred fans.

Lou Williams and Hakim Warrick led the way in Philadelphia's 172-169 win. Durant scored 56 points for the DC team.

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