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Russell Westbrook has made significant progress in his recovery from a second surgery on his knee and could return to the Oklahoma City Thunder's lineup within two weeks, according to sources. The Thunder issued an original timetable of six to eight weeks from Wednesday's opening night for Westbrook, but barring an unforeseen setback he could be back in the lineup by mid-November. Westbrook has impressed the Thunder with his explosion and return to form. After rehabilitating a torn meniscus suffered in the Western Conference playoffs in April, Westbrook spent the summer rehabilitating the injury until a loose stitch forced a second surgical procedure in early October.
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Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook could return to the lineup within two weeks, according to Yahoo Sports.
The All-Star guard underwent a second surgical procedure on his right knee Oct. 1 and was expected to miss six to eight weeks of the regular season.
Westbrook originally suffered a torn meniscus last April in the playoffs and spent the offseason rehabbing the injury. He...
Coming off a 2012 Finals loss to the Miami Heat, the Thunder felt the pain but they were confident about bouncing back. They did just that as they cruised to a 60-22 record to sit atop the Western Conference. Panic emerged as Russell Westbrook went down with a torn meniscus, forcing him to miss his first career NBA games. Basically, OKC confirmed the obvious fact they weren’t...
For those of you wondering what Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook decided to go as to the Oklahoma City Thunder Halloween Party.
We have the answer for you!
Check out the below Instagram image of Russell and his girlfriend Nina as a wall plug and socket:
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Oklahoma Thunder star Russell Westbrook has made significant progress in his recovery from a second surgical procedure on his knee and could return to the Thunder's lineup within two weeks, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
The Thunder issued an original timetable of six to eight weeks from Wednesday's opening night for Westbrook, but barring an unforeseen setback he could...
Following his arthroscopic knee surgery, the timetable for Thunder PG Russell Westbrook’s return was scheduled to be 4-6 weeks. However, reports have surfaced that say he might be back in as soon as two weeks. The rehab has obviously been going better than expected, which certainly is great news for the Thunder. Given the state of the Western Conference, and how there are so...
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook has made significant process after undergoing his second surgical procedure. As a result, Adrian Wojnowski of Yahoo! Sports has reported that Westbrook could return to the starting lineup in two weeks. The original estimated return date was supposed to be six-to-eight weeks after the opening lineup, which would have been sometime around...
The Oklahoma City Thunder received some good news on Russell Westbrook, who was originally expected to miss 4 to 6 weeks from the start of the regular season. But his timetable is now at two weeks or less.
As reported by Royce Young at CBSSports.com, Yahoo! Sports reports that Westbrook has been progressing well and has returned to the practice floor, at least in a limited basis...
Great news if you are Kevin Durant. His sidekick might be back sooner than anticipated. It was initially announced that the starting point guard for the OKC Thunder, Russell Westbrook, would sit out four to six weeks from his second knee surgery of the year. But now Sports Illustrated is reporting that the PG could return within the next two weeks. This news comes just a week...
The Thunder season starts Wednesday at Utah.
Here are some predictions heading into Wednesday, this week, next month, this spring and beyond for Oklahoma City:
The Thunder will win at Utah Wednesday and Kevin Durant will score 30-plus points
This game has nothing to do with the fact the Jazz are one of the worst teams in the Western Conference, it has everything to do with Durant...
Although Oklahoma City finished with the Western Conference's best record last season and has perennial MVP candidate Kevin Durant, the Thunder enter 2013-14 with a degree of uncertainty.
The prospects for the Utah Jazz appear a bit more clear, as they're focused on rebuilding.
Expected to be without Russell Westbrook for the first month of the season, the Thunder open...
Where: Salt Lake City, Utah – EnergySolutions Arena
When: Oct. 30 @ 8 PM CST
TV: Fox Sports Oklahoma (Cox 37, HD 722)
Radio: WWLS The Sports Animal (98.1 FM, 640 AM, 1430 AM)
Oklahoma City opens up the season tonight facing the Utah Jazz, and the story lines are aboundin’. Russell Westbrook is out and the Oklahoma City Thunder play the first part of the season without...
The Thunder enter this season with even more doubt and fan confusion than ever before. Trying to figure out where the Thunder will be at the end of the season is like finding a way to herd cats. There is no real easy way of doing it and most likely it will go horribly wrong and people will mock you for ever thinking of that solution, but here we go.
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