balford20Extremely excited to announce I will be signing with the Oklahoma City Thunder! I feel very honored and blessed to have such an amazing opportunity with a great organization! Thank you to everyone who has supported me through my journey. I'm ready to get to work!
Alford, 22, averaged 15.5 points per game as a senior at UCLA. He also made 43 percent from beyond three-point range (116-270).
Alford did play in the Summer league for the Golden State Warriors, where he averaged 9.3 points in 19 minutes per game. Alford made only 21.7 percent (5-of-23) from three in those six games for the Warriors.
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The Thunder on Thursday signed guard Daniel Hamilton to a two-way contract, the first in team history, that will allow him to spend up to 45 days with the NBA team this season while continuing to play for the Blue in the developmental G League.
Hamilton, a 6-foot-6 shooting guard, played 49 games for the Blue last season. The 21-year-old averaged 14.9 points, eight rebounds and 4.6 assists per game, shooting 42.6 percent from the floor and 37.4 percent from 3-point range.
Hamilton is the second Blue player to get an expanded role with the Thunder this summer. Center Dakari Johnson signed a two-year guaranteed contract with the Thunder last month.
Two-way contracts are a new concept in the NBA, part of the new collective bargaining agreement that begins this season. Each team is allowed up to two two-way players in addition to its 15 roster spots.
Under his new contract, Hamilton would be paid a prorated portion of a rookie minimum salary ($815,615) for each day he spends with the Thunder. He’ll make $75,000 to play for the Blue when he’s not with the parent club.
5. Oklahoma City Thunder
Projected wins: 49.5
The addition of Paul George, plus savvy bargain shopping for RPM favorite Patrick Patterson, lifts Oklahoma City into the mix for home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. I think the Thunder's defense is underrated by RPM, which projects Oklahoma City to finish 16th, six spots lower than last season. Although the Thunder's second unit is likely to decline defensively, the starters should be better with George.
Abrines told The Oklahoman in June he underwent platelet rich plasma injections in his right knee following the Thunder’s first-round playoff exit against Houston.
nossair40 escribió:Este año en la NBA, OKC podría dar la sorpresa con WestBrook y Paul George. http://www.elmundodeportivo24.com
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