NOV 14 : Tre Jones and Keldon Johnson are Ruled out vs Thunder.
NOV 13 : Jeremy Sochan won’t be able to play due to an adductor injury, and there’s uncertainty surrounding Keldon Johnson’s availability with a knee issue, along with Tre Jones having tightness in his right hamstring as the duo are listed questionable.
This means the Spurs might find themselves without three crucial players if Johnson and Jones can’t participate.
In the previous game, Jones was absent, which provided an opportunity for Malaki Branham to contribute from the bench.
Similarly, if Keldon Johnson is sidelined as well, Cedi Osman and Branham could potentially step into the starting lineup.
This scenario would also lead to Doug McDermott taking on a more significant role as a key contributor off the bench.
The return of Kenrich Williams from injury has bolstered the Thunder’s health.
At the Paycom Center, a highly anticipated NBA clash is on the horizon as the Spurs prepare to take on the Thunder.
This matchup will mark the first-ever meeting between the rookie of the year hopefuls, Victor Wembanyama and Chet Holmgren.
As the game approaches, San Antonio enters the contest with a 3-7 record, having recently endured a 113-118 loss to the Heat.
Conversely, Oklahoma boasts a 6-4 record, fresh from a significant victory on the road against the Suns, with a final score of 111-99, signifying their initial triumph against Western Conference adversaries this season.