News: Jerrett (ankle) is not expected to play in Saturday's game against the Nuggets, The Oklahoman reports.
Impact: Jerret has missed the opening two games of the season and apparently won't have a shot to make his 2014-15 debut until at least Monday against the Nets. The 21-year-old isn't expected to have much time on the court at all this season, but the injury bug has hit the Thunder hard which may open up a very small role for Jerrett off the bench if he's able to recover in the next week or so.
News: Westbrook (broken hand) will miss four-to-six weeks, the Oklahoman's Anthony Slater reports.
Impact: It's a similar injury to what Rajon Rondo suffered, and Rondo was able to return in four weeks after originally having a six-week timetable, so there's hope for Westbrook's owners that he will only be out a month. In the meantime, the Thunder's remaining rag-tag backcourt crew featuring a banged up Reggie Jackson (ankle) and Sebastian Telfair will attempt to fill the large portion of the offense vacated by Westbrook. Don't look for Westbrook to have the same value owners expected when they drafted him, as he is now on the same timetable as Kevin Durant, so he will likely be the second option for most of his remaining games this season.