Percy Harvin says his health is the best it's been since before college.
Hard to know what to make of this "Best Shape of My Life" story, but it doesn't hurt (LOL) to hear it from an oft injured player. Harvin is an electric performer when on the field. The sample size of him in a Seahawks uniform, however, is so small, it's tough to know what to expect from him, or what kind of rapport he has with Russell Wilson. ANALYST:
Doug McDermott (back) did not practice Tuesday.
It was reported on Saturday that McDermott suffered a setback on Saturday which caused him to miss a game. It looks like now, it could be more than a one game setback. He has not been a consistent part of the rotation, so his absence won't have many fantasy implications. Analysis: Drew Phelps
Dion Waiters (foot) did not practice Tuesday.
RIght now, Waiters should be considered questionable for the Thunder's Wednesday night match up against the Mavericks. Coach Brooks said his foot is feeling better but still not 100%. Andre Roberson has already been ruled out, which means Anthony Morrow could be in line for all the minutes he can handle if Waiters is unable to play. Analysis: Drew Phelps
Nick Collison and Andre Roberson remain out with those sprained ankles. Neither have practiced.
We originally heard "at least 10-days" without Collison on March 21st when he sprained his ankle. The Thunder have been so depleted with injuries, it has been amazing what they've been able to accomplish. Kevin Durant is now out for the season, it looks like Serge Ibaka won't be back until the end of the regular season which could be the end of Oklahoma City's season and Enes Kanter is struggling with an ankle issue. Steven Adams and Mitch McGary have had to carry the load. Analysis: Drew Phelps