Singler waived by OKC

The OKC Thunder have used their wave and stretch provision on the final year of foward Kyle Singler’s $5million salary. With the Thunder being in the luxury tax, it will save the organisation $23.4million dollars in salary. It also opens up another roster spot for OKC to possibly strengthen their bench by signing someone on the veterans minimum, though one wonders where GM Sam Presti … Continue reading Singler waived by OKC

JGrant or Patterson: Who to start

With the new season looming, the Thunder’s starting power forward spot is vacant and there is a Carmelo Anthony sized hole to fit. The two obvious options to replace Melo are Patrick Patterson and Jerami Grant. Both came off the bench last year with grant being the team’s 6th man and having somewhat of a breakout year, providing an athletic burst off the bench. However, … Continue reading JGrant or Patterson: Who to start

Deonte Burton: Zion Williamson in disguise?

We’ve all seen clips of Zion Williamson dunking everyone he sees and from the free throw line, but barely anyone has batted an eye at the recently undrafted player Deonte Burton who the Thunder have recently signed to a two-way deal. Burton is 6″5 and 250lbs and in Summer League put up stats of 10.6pts 5.8rbs and 3.0asts in just 21 minutes a game. While … Continue reading Deonte Burton: Zion Williamson in disguise?

Steven Adams wants to be a lifetime OKC player

Thunder center Steven Adams has declared his desire to stay in Oklahoma for his whole career. Drafted 12th in 2013, Adams said “If it were up to me, I would stay with the Thunder forever” in his recently released autobiography “My Life, My Fight”. This loyalty is surely a breath of fresh air for some Thunder fans who have experienced heart-break when former players loyalties … Continue reading Steven Adams wants to be a lifetime OKC player