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Tony Bradley nets minimum deal with Chicago Bulls

When the Oklahoma City Thunder held out on handing Tony Bradley a Qualifying Offer last week, there was speculation as to if the big man would garner any sort of market. As showcased on Wednesday, he indeed has. As first reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Tony Bradley has inked a two-year deal with the ChicagoContinue reading “Tony Bradley nets minimum deal with Chicago Bulls”

Thunder buyout Kemba Walker, set to join Knicks

When Sam Presti dealt Al Horford and Moses Brown for the No. 16 Pick and Kemba Walker — it looked as if Presti found his new rehab project. Three months out, and that dream is officially over. As first reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Oklahoma City Thunder have waived point guard Kemba Walker. OnceContinue reading “Thunder buyout Kemba Walker, set to join Knicks”

Thunder resign Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to five-year max extension

In the days leading up to the 2021 Draft, Thunder guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had “reportedly” been on the rumor mill. Sam Presti was quick to dispel those claims. Monday evening, Presti backed up his statements inking Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to a five-year maximum extension. The announcement of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s resigning broke the second he became eligibleContinue reading “Thunder resign Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to five-year max extension”

Thunder resign Mike Muscala to two-year, $7 million deal

When Mike Muscala strolled out of an emotional exit interview in May, there was no certainty “Moose” would ever suit back up in a Thunder jersey. In Muscala’s interview, he stated, “I’ll always be a Thunder fan and always rooting for the Thunder.” For some, those seemed like Muscala’s final words. As we know today,Continue reading “Thunder resign Mike Muscala to two-year, $7 million deal”

Thunder extend qualifying offer to Josh Hall

With the recent Thunder signing of Aaron Wiggins to a two-way contract, a magnifying glass had been placed on last year’s two-way prospects Josh Hall and Jaylen Hoard in regards to their future. As reported, it looks as if Hall will remain in the Thunder’s hands. Per Spotrac’s Keith Smith, the Oklahoma City Thunder haveContinue reading “Thunder extend qualifying offer to Josh Hall”

Report: Gabriel Deck in talks with FC Barcelona

When Oklahoma City originally signed forward Gabriel Deck to a four-year, $14.5 million contract, some doubted that the 26-year-old would hang around the Thunder for as long as listed. As reports have trickled into the mainstream, those suspicions may have been correct, but not in the way you might have expected. As first reported byContinue reading “Report: Gabriel Deck in talks with FC Barcelona”

Thunder extend qualifying offer to Svi Mykhailiuk, set to be restricted free agent

The Oklahoma City Thunder etched their first marking on the wall last week in holding off addition Tony Bradley — opting to not extend out a qualifying offer. This transaction from Oklahoma City may have set a “precedent” on what was to come for mid-season acquisition Svi Mykhaliuk, but as we know now, that’s simplyContinue reading “Thunder extend qualifying offer to Svi Mykhailiuk, set to be restricted free agent”

Thunder ink Aaron Wiggins to a two-way contract

One of the Thunder’s biggest stipulations headed into the NBA Draft came in the form of roster spots. With a team permeating with rotational talent, many expected Oklahoma City to exhaust a mere three guaranteed roster spots through the draft. As reported Sunday, that hypothetical benchmark has been reached. According to Joe Mussatto of TheContinue reading “Thunder ink Aaron Wiggins to a two-way contract”

Aleksej Pokusevski to abstain from Summer League play

The Oklahoma City Thunder have placed grave emphasis on player development in recent years. As a proving ground for many, the Thunder opens their doors for Summer League play. In prior years, the Thunder’s roster consists of recent draftees, Oklahoma City Blue members, and overseas prospects. For this season, Oklahoma City will be out oneContinue reading “Aleksej Pokusevski to abstain from Summer League play”

Thunder acquire Derrick Favors and first-round pick in exchange with Jazz

The Oklahoma City Thunder kept their noses in the NBA Draft with two major trades on Thursday. It took a paltry six hours for them to wiggle their back into the transaction report. As first reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Oklahoma City Thunder will acquire Jazz center Derrick Favors and an unspecified first-round pickContinue reading “Thunder acquire Derrick Favors and first-round pick in exchange with Jazz”