The Oklahoma City Thunder are planning to sign Oklahoma City Blue G-leauge guard, Devon Hall, to a 2-way contract per Erik Thorne.

This signing is coming shortly after the Thunder signed former 2-way player, Luguentz Dort, to a full NBA contract. Luguentz Dort, often referred as Lu Dort was signed after starting 21 games for the Thunder in replacement of Thunder SF, Terrance Ferguson.

Devon Hall played in 5 games for the Thunder this season scoring 1 point per game in the 4 minutes per game he played.

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Most of Devon Hall’s playing time this year came from the Thunder’s G-leauge partner, the Oklahoma City Blue. Hall played in 30 games for the Blue. Hall has been playing well in the G-league, averaging 15.5 PTS, 5.7 REB, 4.4 AST on 31.3 MIN per game.

For the NBA fans who may not know of Hall, Hall is a shooting guard from the University of Virginia who was drafted in the second round of the 2018 NBA draft. Hall is able to play all of the guard positions and sometimes the small forward position, but is mostly placed at the 2. Hall is not the biggest threat on offense and can be streaky at times shooting the ball, but is a generally a smart player with good work ethic.

With this signing, the Thunder will be allowed to bring Hall into the NBA’s Orlando Bubble to play with the team. The Hall signing was likely done to add more depth to the team due to the number of unprecedented things that could happen in Orlando.

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By Kamran Nia

Sports Analyst and Writer

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