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VIDEO: Thunder Injury Update, Mitch McGary Practices

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Thunder head coach, Scott Brooks says that both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are participating in parts of practice and will have their injuries reevaluated later in the week.

Durant has been out since mid October after having surgery to repair a fracture in his right foot.

Westbrook broke a bone in his hand just two weeks after Durant's surgery and has been out healing the injury since October 30.

Brooks ruled Durant and Westbrook out of the Thunder's home game against the Jazz on Wednesday, November 26.

"They've looked good the last couple days," Brooks said.

Mitch McGary has been out since the preseason with a broken foot but as you can see below he is practicing and looks pretty agile.

Brooks said the rookie out of Michigan is progressing well, will have his foot reevaluated later in the week and they are not sure when he will return.

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