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Earlier this week on July 29th, Sam Presti and the Oklahoma City Thunder signed forward Ryan Gomes to a one-year deal. The deal is rumored to be one similar to the deal Derek Fisher signed last week. It also is said to be unclear whether this contract is guaranteed or just an invitation to the Thunder’s training camp to compete for a final roster slot.
Gomes could be a great contributor off the bench for the Thunder. The Boston Celtics drafted Gomes out of Providence in 2005 with the 50th overall selection. He is best described as a versatile forward who could be slotted at either the small forward or power forward position. The 30-year old’s best attribute that he can bring to Oklahoma City is his ability to shoot the basketball and spread the floor.
He has played major minutes with the Boston Celtics, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Los Angeles Clippers. In four consecutive seasons (2006-2009), Gomes averaged better than 10 points a game while playing an average close to 30 minutes a ...
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In the past two years, the Oklahoma City Thunder have lost their sixth man in James Harden and Kevin Martin, respectively. When you lose someone, you look to someone else to step up. This is the mindset that the Oklahoma City Thunder have on their 3rd year guard out of Connecticut, Jeremy Lamb. In reality, no one should expect any player to come off and produce to the volume that...
It appears the Oklahoma City Thunder are a hot topic of conversation on Egyptian news networks — at least for one guy, in particular.
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Oklahoma City Thunder: Reggie Jackson and Jeremy Lamb MUST Step Up Together To Take On Sixth Man Role
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff….
- Last off season, the Oklahoma City Thunder replaced their elite sixth man, James Harden, with Kevin Martin, who also was became an elite sixth man for the Thunder. But now, with Martin in Minneapolis, as they could not afford...