Russell Westbrook isn't quite ready to go full speed after last season's knee injury that left him on the bench for Oklahoma City's second-round exit from the playoffs.
The point guard, however, isn't about to let a little thing like his health hinder expectations for the Thunder.
Oklahoma City opens training camp on Saturday, eager to put the memories of last season's disappointing playoff exit to rest once and for all.
It will do so with an uncertain timetable for Westbrook's return, though he said at media day Friday that he's already taken part in spot shooting, dribbling and running drills.
''First day of training camp, I'll be on the floor,'' Westbrook said.
General manager Sam Presti declined to put a timetable on Westbrook's return earlier in the week, a thought echoed by coach Scott Brooks on Friday.
Brooks said Westbrook experienced some swelling in his right knee this week, but he stressed it was a common part of the recovery process. Brooks expects the sixth-year s...