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By adding 38-year-old Derek Fisher, OKC goes from 6th youngest roster to 14th

John Rohde Modified: April 12, 2013 at 6:46 pm •  Published: February 26, 2013

At the beginning of this season, the Thunder had the NBA’s sixth youngest roster with an average age of 25 years and 38 days. With Eric Maynor (25 years old) traded to Portland and the acquisitions of Derek Fisher (38) and Ronnie Brewer (27), the Thunder now has the 14th youngest roster with an average age of 26 years, 163 days.

Here is an updated list of NBA rosters and their average age as of Feb. 26, 2013, complements of the Elias Sports Bureau:

New York Knickerbockers: 32 years, 148 days (15 players)
Miami Heat: 30-347  (14 players)
Los Angeles Clippers: 30-037  (14 players)
Los Angeles Lakers: 29-166  (14 players)
Dallas Mavericks: 28-330 (15 players)
Chicago Bulls: 28-185  (14 players)
San Antonio Spurs: 28-185  (15 players)
Brooklyn Nets: 28-182 (14 players)
Boston Celtics: 27-331  (13 players)
Milwaukee Bucks: 27-308 (15 players)
Atlanta Hawks: 27-173 (15 players)
Utah Jazz: 27-109 (15 players)
Phoenix Suns: 27-021 (15 players)
Philadelphia 76ers: 26-282  (15 players)
Minnesota Timberwolves: 26-230 (15 players)
Washington Wizards: 26-181 (15 players)
Oklahoma City Thunder: 26-163 (15 players)
Toronto Raptors: 26-143 (15 players)
Golden State Warriors: 26-136 (13 players)
Indiana Pacers: 26-095 (15 players)
Sacramento Kings: 26-081 (14 players)
Memphis Grizzlies: 26-077 (13 players)
Detroit Pistons: 26-053 (14 players)
Charlotte Bobcats: 25-336 (14 players)
Orlando Magic: 25-263  (14 players)
Denver Nuggets: 25-086 (15 players)
Cleveland Cavaliers: 25-064 (15 players)
Portland Trail Blazers: 25-054 (15 players)
New Orleans Hornets: 24.208 (13 players)
Houston Rockets: 24-167 (15 players)
League average: 27-071

- John Rohde

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