Thunder notebook: Chris Wilcox a game-time decision

Oklahoman Modified: December 16, 2008 at 1:14 am •  Published: December 16, 2008
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photo - Thunder guard Damien Wilkins puts a new pair of adidas tennis shoes on the feet of a student at Dunbar Elementary on Monday. Photo provided
Thunder guard Damien Wilkins puts a new pair of adidas tennis shoes on the feet of a student at Dunbar Elementary on Monday. Photo provided
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uot;We will look at film and try to get better together with him. But it’s just part of going through the ups and downs of an NBA player, whether he’s a young player or a veteran player. They’re going to have games that they wish would have never happened.”

Westbrook is averaging 14.4 points in five games following a contest in which he failed to score in double digits.

Quotable
"We would love to have a great home game. Our fans deserve it. Our players deserve it.” — Brooks on the beginning of a three-game home stretch.

Briefly
Robert Swift is participating in full contact games of one-on-one but has yet to return to practice. Assistant coach Mark Bryant delivered a shot to Swift’s healing back following Monday’s practice, indicating Swift has healed. Swift could return to practice Wednesday or Thursday but is still listed as day-to-day. ...Desmond Mason, Damien Wilkins and Joe Smith delivered shoes to more than 150 students at Dunbar Elementary School on Monday afternoon.

By Darnell Mayberry


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