"The last game I played against Denver, it felt like the most pain I’ve felt the whole season,” he said.
Krstic said he expects to be back in the starting lineup for the playoffs.
It appears the Thunder could be headed for a significant slate of prime-time television games next season. According to one league source, Oklahoma City could be featured in as many as 10 ESPN and TNT telecasts.
With the Thunder assembling the biggest turnaround this season — 26 games — OKC could play a Christmas Day game on ABC, the source said.
Oklahoma City had just three nationally televised games this season, excluding a host of contests shown on NBA TV. The season started with the Thunder scheduled for just one national broadcast before ESPN picked up a late November game against Milwaukee and this Wednesday’s season finale against Memphis.
Down in the D-League
scored 27 points as the Tulsa 66ers won the three-game series over Sioux Falls with a 111-101 road victory. The 66ers play the Iowa Energy in the next round.