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News » Oklahoma City Thunder Roster Report 2008-12-28

Oklahoma City Thunder Roster Report 2008-12-28

Oklahoma City Thunder Roster Report 2008-12-28
ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Russell Westbrook, Shooting guard Desmond Mason, Small forward Kevin Durant, Power forward Jeff Green, Center Joe Smith. Bench -- Guard Earl Watson, Center Robert Swift, Guard Kyle Weaver, Center Mo Sene, Center Johan Petro, Center Chris Wilcox, Guard Damien Wilkins.


--C Nick Collison missed his third consecutive game Saturday at Washington. He has practiced but hasn't been cleared for games yet.

"He's still day-to-day," coach Scott Brooks said. "Nick is a tough kid. He can play through pain, so you know when he's not playing it's pretty painful."

--G Kyle Weaver saw action for only the ninth and 10th times this season Friday and Saturday. The rookie played 12 1/2 minutes and scored two points at Detroit, then played 15 minutes and scored four points at Washington. He hadn't been on the floor since Nov. 26.

"Kyle came in and gave us good minutes," coach Scott Brooks said. "The one thing about Kyle that I love and I love about this league is if you bring it every day in practice and try to get better and work on your game, one of these games you're going to get an opportunity."

--G Russell Westbrook is looking forward to competing in the slam-dunk contest during All-Star Weekend, provided he's voted into the contest by fans.

"I wouldn't mind it at all," he said. "It'd be good for me. I'm sure it'd be fun."


--F D.J. White (jaw surgery) had a benign tumor removed Oct. 13. The second phase of the surgery involved mending the jaw with a bone graft taken from his hip. Recovery time is four to six months. He's begun doing light workouts.

--C Nick Collison suffered a broken left thumb Dec. 21. He's officially listed as day-to-day.

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