|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Northwest Division||110.2 (1st)||102.9 (2nd)|
Fri May 6
|L 100 - 96||SA|
Sun May 8
|W 111 - 97||SA|
Tue May 10
|W 95 - 91||at SA|
Thu May 12
|W 113 - 99||SA|
Mon May 16
|W 108 - 102||at GS|
Wed May 18
|L 118 - 91||at GS|
Sun May 22
|W 133 - 105||GS|
Tue May 24
|W 118 - 94||GS|
Thu May 26
|L 120 - 111||at GS|
Sat May 28
|L 108 - 101||GS|
Mon May 30
|L 96 - 88||at GS|
McGary averaged 14.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game in four Orlando Summer League contests.
McGary scored in double-figures in all four games, highlighted by an 18-point, nine-rebound performance in a win over the Clippers on July 3. The Michigan product will miss the first five games of the regular season due to a violation of the NBA's drug policy, but he'll attempt to work his way into the rotation after appearing in only 20 games in 2015-16. Even after the departure of Serge Ibaka, McGary faces an uphill battle, as Ersan Ilyasova, Domantas Sabonis and Enes Kanter each sit ahead of him on the depth chart.
Huestis averaged 9.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game in four Orlando Summer League contests.
The Stanford product struggled shooting the ball (33.3% FG) but knocked down a three-pointer in each game, all four of which were Thunder victories. Huestis, the 29th selection in the 2014 draft, saw time in only five games for OKC last season and is unlikely to carve out anything close to a consistent role in 2016-17 as the Thunder continue to bring him along slowly.
Payne had surgery Monday to repair a Jones' fracture in his right foot, but expects to be ready for the start of training camp, Anthony Slater of the Oklahoman reports.
Payne reportedly dealt with discomfort throughout the 2015-16 season, but was able to play through it, as the pain wasn't excessive. However, in order to avoid any further issues down the road, Payne opted to undergo surgery Monday, which should help him avoid any sort of aggravation. He's expected to be ready for training camp, so he shouldn't have any restrictions once it opens in late September. Payne finished last season with averages of 5.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists over 12 minutes per game.
In order to avoid Morrow's contract becoming guaranteed for the upcoming season, the Thunder would have had to waive him before July 15, but the offseason departures of Kevin Durant and Randy Foye prompted the team to hang on to the veteran. Morrow's meager salary isn't a bitter pill for the Thunder to swallow with the cap rising this summer, and the 30-year-old still brings value as a three-point shooter off the bench. Morrow tied Durant for the team lead last season with a 38.7 percent shooting mark from downtown, and is a 42.5 percent three-point shooter over his 10-year NBA career.
Abrines signed a three-year, $18 million deal with the Thunder Monday, Nikos Varlas of Eurohoops.net reports.
Three years removed from the Thunder drafting Abrines in the early second round of the 2013 draft, the 22-year-old is finally making the move to the NBA. Abrines averaged 9.3 points per game while shooting 42 percent from behind the arc in the 2015-16 Euroleague season, earning him the league's Rising Star Trophy, which is given to the best player under 22. The shooting guard will give the Thunder some much-needed shooting on the wing as soon as this coming season, and the signing of Abrines may be a sign that Dion Waiters' time in Oklahoma City is coming to an end.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Kevin Durant , SF||28.2|
|RPG||Kevin Durant , SF||8.2|
|APG||Russell Westbrook , PG||10.4|
|FG%||Enes Kanter , C||57.6|
|FT%||Kevin Durant , SF||89.8|
|3P%||Kevin Durant , SF||38.6|
|BLOCKS||Serge Ibaka , PF||148|
|STEALS||Russell Westbrook , PG||163|
|MPG||Kevin Durant , SF||35.8|
|Full Team Statistics|
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