Oklahoma City Thunder Rumors
Nick DePaula: OFFICIAL: OKC Thunder rookie and #6 overall pick Josh Giddey has signed with Nike. pic.twitter.com/aVlkWaicqi
Brandon Rahbar: Gabriel Deck is on his way to OKC to prepare for preseason via @Team Tortu Deck. There was speculation Deck may return to Europe to play this season, but La Tortuga will continue his NBA career with the Thunder. I’m just glad OKC will keep the passionate Argentinian fans.🐢
Keith Smith: The Oklahoma City Thunder used part of the Non-Tax MLE to give Vit Krejci a four-year deal: 21-22: $925,258. 22-23: $1,563,518. 23-24: $1,836,096. 24-25: $1,988,598. First season is fully gtd. Final season is a team option. The final three seasons are all non-gtd. @spotrac
Michael Scotto: Sources: Blazers have interest in Michael Beasley, James Ennis, Isaiah Hartenstein & Patrick Patterson. Clippers are also in the mix for Hartenstein. Ennis has 4 teams interested. @YossiGozlan on Thunder trades to watch & roster battles. More on @hoopshype.
Yossi Gozlan: OKC has 16 players. Three of them are non-guaranteed. I think we can lock in Kenrich Williams to make the roster. He’s a good rotation player on a great contract and will probably be a strongtrade candidate among other competitive teams. That leaves among the non-guaranteed guys Gabriel Deck and Charlie Brown Jr. for the last roster spot. I think I saw some reports that Deck might be headed back to Europe, but I’m not sure how true that is. If he’s headed overseas, then he’s the logical candidate. Otherwise, Brown seems like the guy to go. OKC is still roughly $22 million below the salary floor, so they are definitely going to add some more players via salary dumps to get a little closer.
Bobby Marks: Since @Royce Young can’t do it anymore Contract info on OKC 2nd rd. pick Vit Krejci: $925,258 (guaranteed) $1,563,518 ($781,759 guaranteed) $1,836,096 (non guaranteed) $1,988,598 (team option)