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Blue guard Chasson Randle inks two-way contract with Magic

Photo Credits: Oklahoma City Blue One of the Oklahoma City Blue’s best men to offer in Chasson Randle has made himself known beyond inside circles this past week. Randle, now 28, has piqued the attention of the Orlando Magic enough so to the point he inked a two-way contract with the franchise. Randle bounced aroundContinue reading “Blue guard Chasson Randle inks two-way contract with Magic”

Thunder-Affiliate Blue blaze by Charge 141-110 in league-best performance

Without forward Josh Hall and starting shooting-guard Chasson Randle, the Oklahoma City Blue showed no signs of injury, blazing by the Canton Charge 141-110. This victory has propped the Blue back over the .500 hump, putting them as one of just four teams sitting at 2-1 on the season. The main reason for the Blue’sContinue reading “Thunder-Affiliate Blue blaze by Charge 141-110 in league-best performance”

Oklahoma City Blue inched by G-League Ignite in 109-103 nail-biter

The Oklahoma City Blue entered Friday’s contest with high hopes of remaining unscathed in the win/loss column with a victory against the highly-regarded G-League Ignite. Those aspirations were shot down however as the Ignite pulled their way to victory in the closing minutes to wield a 103-109 victory over Oklahoma City. The Ignite lit intoContinue reading “Oklahoma City Blue inched by G-League Ignite in 109-103 nail-biter”

Thunder-Affiliate Blue outshine Stars 118-84 in season-opener

Photo Credits: Oklahoma City Blue/NBA G-League The Thunder’s G-League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue kicked off their regular season opener Thursday vs. the Salt Lake City Stars, the G-League affiliate of the Utah Jazz. For the Blue, they have been constructing their roster since the fall of last year, and needless to say— their monthsContinue reading “Thunder-Affiliate Blue outshine Stars 118-84 in season-opener”

Aleksej Pokusevski, Ty Jerome, others, assigned to G-League

It’s official— rookie forward Aleksej Pokusevski, second-year guard Ty Jerome, and two-way players Moses Brown and Josh have been assigned to the Thunder’s G-League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue, per. Wednesday’s media presser. Reports of the news first circulated on Monday, when Joe Mussatto of The Oklahoman caught wind and tweeted of the news, per.Continue reading “Aleksej Pokusevski, Ty Jerome, others, assigned to G-League”

Thunder G-League affiliate Oklahoma City Blue unveils schedule for upcoming regular season

The Oklahoma City Blue unveiled their 2020-21 regular season schedule via Twitter Wednesday afternoon. The season schedule kicks off against the Salt Lake City Stars on February 11, with the highly coveted 10:30 CST spot. For then on they will go onto face the rest of their 15-game schedule spanning until March 6, when theyContinue reading “Thunder G-League affiliate Oklahoma City Blue unveils schedule for upcoming regular season”

Thunder Second-Round Pick Vit Krejci Signed By G-League Affiliate OKC Blue

Joe Mussatto of the Oklahoman broke the news on Tuesday that the Thunder’s second-round pick Vit Krejci would be coming over to join the Oklahoma City Blue. Krejci was selected 37th by the Washington Wizards in this years draft, and was immediately traded in a draft night package that sent him and Admiral Schofield toContinue reading “Thunder Second-Round Pick Vit Krejci Signed By G-League Affiliate OKC Blue”

The NBA Is Proposing A Third Two-Way Contract. Melvin Frazier Jr. Should Be The Thunder’s Obvious Choice.

On Saturday, Shams Charania of The Athletic tweeted, “The NBA and NBPA are discussing adding an additional roster spot for teams via a third two-way contract.” An addition of a third two-way contract would expand NBA teams’ rosters to 18. The only criteria to be eligible for a two-way contract is to have three orContinue reading “The NBA Is Proposing A Third Two-Way Contract. Melvin Frazier Jr. Should Be The Thunder’s Obvious Choice.”