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July 16, 2014 Updates

The Oklahoma City Thunder has signed free agent guard Anthony Morrow to a contract, it was announced today by Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “Anthony Morrow has demonstrated that he is amongst the most consistent and efficient three point shooters in the NBA over his career, and we are pleased to welcome him to Oklahoma City and the Thunder organization,” Presti said. “With his body of work, we feel Anthony is a unique addition to a diverse roster, while also possessing the toughness and selflessness that we are consistently seeking in Thunder players.” NBA.com

July 15, 2014 Updates

Lets start with NBA free agency. How do you think the changes that have happened in the league will affect you and OKC? Kevin Durant: I don’t think it really affects us, unless we sign a guy in free agency. We went after a few guys. We actually got one, Anthony Morrow, to come aboard and join the family. It really doesn’t affect us what other guys are doing, we just try to focus on us and how we can get better. It has been a crazy free agency period. Guys moving. Guys going back home. It’s been cool watching it as a fan. complex.com

July 13, 2014 Updates
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Darnell Mayberry: Anthony Morrow has agreed to join the Thunder, giving Oklahoma City a 3-point shooter and depth on the wing. Story coming soon. Twitter @DarnellMayberry

Marc J. Spears: Anthony Morrow lands three-year, $10 million deal with Thunder with team option in third season, source said. @Darnell Mayberry first . Twitter @SpearsNBAYahoo

David Aldridge: Anthony Morrow's deal in OKC is 3 years, just more than $10M, with third year team option. He thought hard about returning to Pelicans. Twitter @daldridgetnt

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So Miami is concentrating on getting commitments from shooters like Anthony Morrow and Marvin Williams. But they’re not going to come cheap, either, no matter their desire to play for a contender (assuming the Big Three re-sign there). And Riles has to find players as he cocks an ear to the Midwest, and a city he thought his superstar player had left in mind and body, but which is still there, likely a stalking horse, to be sure, but one that must be taken seriously, its revenge/reunion fantasies still intact and getting oxygen as we speak. Or, write. NBA.com

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