Thunder notebook: Green doing fine

Oklahoman Published: October 10, 2008
One day after rolling his left ankle midway through the third quarter Wednesday, Thunder forward Jeff Green said his foot is fine, and he expects to play tonight against Sacramento.

Green said he landed on Wolves forward Al Jefferson’s foot when landing following a shot attempt. He was immediately taken out of the game but returned in the fourth quarter.

"It wasn’t serious at all,” Green said. "I’m all healthy. I’m all good. It wasn’t nothing too bad. It was just a little sprain at the time, and it popped right back.”

The Thunder used the Kings’ practice facility during Thursday’s session, getting a taste of what the franchise can look forward to when the team’s temporary facility is constructed.

As is standard in most NBA practice facilities, the Kings have two full-length courts, allowing more flexibility to conduct drills and run through plays at individual stations, a separate and more spacious weight room and more amenities like ice tubs.

"You just get a much better workout in a facility like this,” said Thunder coach P.

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