With forward Tyrus Thomas showing signs of leg fatigue, Charlotte Bobcats coach Paul Silas chose to sit him, with hopes he'll play Thursday in Atlanta - the first of three games in three nights for the Bobcats.
Thomas missed the first six games of the season with a sprained ankle. His return coincided with Corey Maggette's hamstring strain, so Silas inserted Thomas into the lineup at small forward and played him heavy minutes - an average of 29 per night.
Silas said Thomas wanted to play against the Houston Rockets, but Silas vetoed that idea.
Bobcats' Thomas wanted to play against Rockets
Charlotte Observer | Jan 11