Surgeries Successful for Thunder's Weaver and Ollie
Originally Published: Nov 30, 2009 10:49 AM CDT
Corey DeMoss Oklahoma Sports Staff Writer
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City Thunder players Kyle Weaver and Kevin Ollie both underwent successful surgeries Monday.
Ollie had a procedure done on his knee to relieve pain in his patellar tendon, and will miss up to four weeks.
Weaver’s surgery repaired damage in his dislocated left shoulder. The team did not specify how long he will be out of the lineup, but recovery from such a surgery generally takes about four months.
This adds to the list of the injured guards for the Thunder. Shaun Livingston has already missed the last two weeks after arthroscopic knee surgery, but practiced and participated in team shootarounds over the weekend.
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