"I definitely wouldn’t mind seeing something happen,” Wilcox said. "I just hope that it’s the right situation if it does happen.”
Entering Tuesday’s road game against the Los Angeles Lakers, Wilcox had played only 140 minutes in 10 games throughout January and February. Wilcox’s lack of playing time has become the Thunder’s biggest mystery of the season after he averaged 13.4 points and 7.0 rebounds in just 28 minutes per game last season.
Thunder coach Scott Brooks
has repeatedly said Wilcox is simply caught in a numbers game with Jeff Green
starting at power forward, Nick Collison
starting at center and big men Joe Smith
and Nenad Krstic
coming off the bench.
"Nobody said nothing to me or told me why I wasn’t playing,” said Wilcox, who is earning $6.75 million in the final year of his contract this season. "I just come in, work out and do what I got to do and hopefully things will get better.
"It’s been a learning experience for me.