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News » Oklahoma City Thunder Roster Report 2009-11-15

Oklahoma City Thunder Roster Report 2009-11-15

Oklahoma City Thunder Roster Report 2009-11-15ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Russell Westbrook, Shooting guard Thabo Sefolosha, Small forward Kevin Durant, Power forward Jeff Green, Center Nenad Krstic. Bench -- Guard James Harden, Guard Shaun Livingston, Forward Etan Thomas, Forward Nick Collison, Guard Kevin Ollie, Forward D.J. White, Center Serge Ibaka.


--G Russell Westbrook came back strong Saturday after suffering a sprained ankle in Wednesday's win at the Clippers. He had 19 points and 11 assists in the victory at San Antonio, notching his fourth double-double of the season.

Westbrook did manage to practice Friday and was looking to redeem himself after 1-for-11 shooting against the Clippers, when he scored two points, matching his career low.

--G James Harden isn't a point guard, but his decision-making and cautious nature with the ball have thrust the rookie into a playmaking role. Harden has dished out 29 assists this season with only seven turnovers, a ratio of better than 4-1.

"He has some (point guard) in him," Kevin Durant said. "He can also play small forward or shooting guard. He's a very versatile player who is doing a great job. He gives us a good spark off the bench."

--F Kevin Durant continues to prove that he knows how to manufacture points. On a night when his shot wasn't falling, Durant scored a game-high 25 in Saturday's big win at San Antonio.

He was just 6-for-18 from the floor, but he never stopped attacking the Spurs. As a result, Durant got 15 free-throw attempts and made 13.


No major injuries.

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