Recap: OKC Thunder’s Thursday practice (Nov. 2)

The Oklahoma City Thunder held practice the day after their 110-106 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans. After leading by 22 points, the Thunder suffered an ugly defeat against the Pelicans, who were without Brandon Ingram.

The loss drops OKC’s record to 3-2 on the young season. It’ll continue its long six-game homestand when it welcomes the Golden State Warriors on Friday, Nov. 3 for the first in-season tournament game.

Following practice, Thunder head coach Mark Daigneault and Aaron Wiggins spoke with the media.

During the session, Daigneault announced Shai Gilgeous-Alexander will miss Friday’s game with a left knee sprain he suffered against the Pelicans. He also said Jaylin Williams (hamstring strain) and Kenrich Williams (back spasms) continue to progress with the former closer to returning than the latter.

Let’s recap what Daigneault and Wiggins had to say along with other practice notes.

Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire