Posted Mar 4 2012 7:07PM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The Oklahoma City Thunder have recalled reserve Lazar Hayward after a high-scoring stint in the NBA Development League.
General manager Sam Presti announced Sunday that Hayward will rejoin the Thunder after averaging 28 points and seven rebounds in two games this weekend with the Tulsa 66ers. It was Hayward's first action since suffering an orbital floor fracture when he was poked in his left eye Feb. 17 against Golden State.
Hayward has played in only 12 games since coming over to Oklahoma City in a preseason trade with Minnesota.
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