Huestis posted 10 points (4-9 FG, 2-5 3Pt), 11 rebounds, four assists, one steal and a blocked shot in the win Saturday over the Charge.
One of three players to record double-doubles for Austin on Saturday, Huestis has been a marginalized player in his first G League campaign with the organization. Through 18 games, the four-year G League option is setting career-lows in points (8.0) and rebounds (3.9) while playing marginally less minutes than his time with the Blue.
Huestis scored two points (1-4 FG, 0-2 FT) and collected two rebounds across 16 minutes Saturday against Memphis.
Huestis hit just one of four shots from the field in his first game in the G League this year. He doesn't appear to have a large role within his team's rotation as of yet, although the Spurs may slowly start to give him more playing time after returning from a lengthy absence.
Huestis did not play in Friday's contest against the Maine Red Claws.
Huestis has yet to take the court this season as he continues to deal with an unspecified injury. His next opportunity to take the court comes Friday.
Huestis was not listed with the team during Thursday's loss to the Vipers.
The designation comes as a bit of a surprise given Huestis had missed the previous five games due to an undisclosed injury. More information regarding his status with the team will likely come in the ensuing days.
Huestis did not play in Tuesday's contest against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
Huetis continues to miss time with an undisclosed injury, as the forward has missed the first four games of the G-League season. We'll see if Huestis can take the court Thursday, when Austin will take on the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in a rematch of Tuesday's contest.
Huestis did not play in Saturday's contest against Northern Arizona due to an undisclosed injury.
The forward has yet to play this season. Huestis' next opportunity to take the court will be Sunday against the Hustle.
Huestis was held out of Saturday's game against Texas with an undisclosed injury.
The next chance for Huestis to make his 2018-19 debut will be Friday against Northern Arizona.
Huestis agreed to a contract Monday with the G League's Austin Spurs, Adam Johnson of 2Ways10Days.com reports.
Huestis failed to parlay his training-camp contract with San Antonio into a spot on its season-opening roster, but he'll stick in the organization as a member of their G League affiliate. The 26-year-old forward, who dressed for 69 games with the Thunder in 2017-18 and averaged 2.3 points and 2.3 rebounds in 14.2 minutes per contest, could earn a promotion to an NBA team at some point later this season.
Huestis was waived by the Spurs on Thursday, Jeff McDonald of San Antonio Express-News reports.
Huestis signed a deal with the Spurs just a couple of days ago, but was never expected to make the final roster. It was simply an effort by San Antonio to secure his G-League rights and Huestis will likely now start the 2018-19 campaign with the team's affiliate.
Huestis is out for Wednesday's game against the Hawks due to a right fifth metatarsal fracture, Paul Garcia of TheSportsDaily.com reports.
Huestis suffered the injury September 12th, but that didn't stop the Spurs from signing him to a contract around the same time. A timetable for his return has not been established.
Huestis signed a contract with San Antonio on Tuesday, Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com reports.
Huestis received an Exhibit 10 deal in September, and he's since signed an agreement with San Antonio, although the exact details remain unknown per team policy. It seems likely that he'll be waived within the next couple days and will begin the regular season with the Spurs' G-League affiliate.
The deal Huestis signed with the Spurs at the start of September is an Exhibit 10 contract, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
It's essentially a training camp invite for Huestis, though there are some added benefits considering an Exhibit 10 deal can be converted to a two-way contract by the first day of the regular season. In addition, if Huestis is waived and joins the Spurs' G-League affiliate, he would also receive a bonus for doing so. Either way, Huestis will still need to have a strong showing during training camp and the preseason in order to take advantage of the Exhibit 10 contract. He saw action in 69 games last season with the Thunder, but averaged just 2.3 points and 2.3 rebounds across 14.2 minutes.
Huestis has agreed to a training camp contract with the Spurs, Fred Katz of MassLive.com reports.
The 29th overall pick in 2014, Huestis garnered the most run of his career last season with OKC, seeing 14.2 minutes per game. He was unproductive, however, averaging just 2.3 points and 2.3 rebounds while shooting 33.0 percent from the field. Still, it appears San Antonio saw something intriguing.
Huestis will come off the bench for Thursday's contest against the Suns as Corey Brewer will draw the start in his stead, Brett Dawson of The Oklahoman reports.
Huestis hasn't played particularly well over the past six games, averaging just 4.2 points and 4.3 boards in 22.0 minutes while shooting 39.1 percent from the field. Coach Billy Donovan apparently feels that Brewer would be a better addition to the starting five, or at least worth an experiment.
Huestis had only two points, two rebounds, and one block in 14 minutes during Thursday's 110-107 victory over the Kings.
Huestis moved into the starting lineup with Alex Abrines under some doubt. He was not able to deliver at all for anyone who might have taken a flier on him, finishing with just two points in 14 minutes. Whether he remains in the starting lineup or moves back to the bench, his value is non-existent and he should be left on the waiver wire.
Huestis will start at shooting guard in Thursday's matchup with Sacramento, Fred Katz of CNHI Oklahoma reports.
Huestis is likely drawing the start due to Alex Abrines' (hip) questionable status for the tilt. Huestis may see a few extra minutes while in the starting unit. It's unclear if he'll remain in the starting lineup beyond Thursday's game.
Huestis provided four points (1-2 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and one rebound across 21 minutes in Sunday's 110-92 win over the Grizzlies.
The third-year swingman didn't exactly wow in his two-game audition as the starting two-guard, leading head coach Billy Donovan to deploy Alex Abrines at that spot Sunday. Huestis still logged a respectable amount of minutes off the bench, but as was the case during his opportunities with the first unit, he wasn't very efficient on a per-minute basis. Given Abrines' success in his spot start, Huestis appears destined to come off the bench for the time being.
Huestis will come off the bench in Sunday's game against the Grizzlies, Brett Dawson of The Oklahoman reports.
Huestis has started the last two games at shooting guard, but he went scoreless in Thursday's loss to the Lakers after scoring just six points in the victory over the Warriors. As a result, coach Billy Donovan will add more offense to his starting lineup by inputting Alex Abrines into the unit.
Huestis failed to score (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and four rebounds across 17 minutes in Thursday's 106-81 loss to the Lakers.
Huestis was one of two Thunder starters -- Patrick Patterson being the other -- that didn't register on the scoreboard. The 26-year-old was making his second consecutive start as head coach Billy Donovan looks for the best fit in the starting two-guard spot vacated by the season-ending knee injury to Andre Roberson. It remains to be seen if he'll continue to get opportunities with the first unit, but even if he does, Huestis has yet to demonstrate much fantasy upside this season.
Huestis registered six points (3-5 FG), five rebounds and one block across 25 minutes in Tuesday's 125-105 win over the Warriors.
The 26-year-old drew the start at two-guard for Terrance Ferguson but was relatively quiet in terms of production. However, even with Carmelo Anthony exiting in the first quarter with an ankle injury, the fact that Heustis still had to share the floor with Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Steven Adams basically guaranteed that he was going to have a minor offensive role. His entry into the starting five was primarily for defensive purposes, a move that seemed to have been a rousing success considering the vaunted Splash Bros tandem of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson went a combined 11-for-27 from the field.
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