Two Thunder Players Injured In Practice, May Not Play in Season Opener Wednesday

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The injury bug continues to bite the Oklahoma City Thunder.

On Monday, two Thunder players expected to a play a lot in the season opener on Wednesday were injured.

Reggie Jackson twisted his right ankle, and Jeremy Lamb suffered a back injury.

Both are questionable to play when the Thunder tipoff the season Wednesday night at Portland.

The Thunder are down to nine healthy players as the season gets started.

Kevin Durant, Mitch McGary, Anthony Morrow, and Grant Jerrett all will not play against the Trail Blazers.

 

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