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Thunder's Maynor day to day with sprained right foot

Posted Jan 3 2011 7:58PM

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma City Thunder backup point guard Eric Maynor has a sprained right foot and is day to day.

Coach Scott Brooks said after practice Monday that Maynor sustained a mid-foot sprain in the second half of the Thunder's loss to San Antonio on Saturday. If Maynor can't play Tuesday night at Memphis, Brooks says Royal Ivey could play more and James Harden could also see time at the point in addition to playing shooting guard, his usual position.

Reserve center Byron Mullens, who has split this season between the NBA squad and the development league, didn't travel with the team to Memphis because he has a stomach virus.

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