After a rough fall in Saturday's win against Milwaukee, Kevin Durant missed practice the past couple of days, nursing his sore left wrist.
Durant did some light shooting, according to coach Scott Brooks, but his status for Tuesday's game at Memphis remains up in the air.
“We'll see tomorrow,” Brooks said Monday.
Any injury news these days has Thunder fans concerned, but forward Nick Collison didn't seem too worried about Durant's long-term health.
“He'll be fine,” Collison said. “The NBA season is long, and we manage guys.”
SAM PRESTI ON WESTBROOK
Thunder general manager Sam Presti joined the Sports Animal on Monday afternoon, talking about a variety of topics regarding his franchise.
Naturally, he was asked about injured All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook and the Thunder's recent struggles without him. And naturally, Presti maintained a positive outlook.
“Rather than be frustrated about it, the approach we have taken is we are grateful that we have a player like that,” Presti told the station. “We think a lot more about what we do have and where we're going than the fact that we don't have him right now. And that gets us through this period.”