The Oklahoma City Thunder has assigned forward Andre Roberson to the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Development League. In 19 games (four starts) with the Thunder this season, Roberson is averaging 1.7 points and 2.1 rebounds in 7.9 minutes per game. Roberson has seen action in seven games (all starts) with the 66ers this season and recorded averages of 16.1 points, 9.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists...
The Oklahoma City Thunder have recalled Andre Roberson from the Tulsa 66ers of the D-League.
During his recent assignment, Roberson averaged 17.5 points and 10.5 rebounds while helping Tulsa win two road games.
About Halfway through the first quarter you could tell that the Lakers were no match for the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder starting lineup included the regulars Westbrook, Durant, Ibaka and Perkins. However, due to the injury of Thabo Sefolosha, Andre Roberson started his second game in a row at the SG position after being […]The post Thunder Annihilate Lakers, Kobe Still...
Within the NBA's rookie pay scale teams are given enough leeway to sign their first-rounders to between 80 percent and 120 percent of their pick's suggested value.
Almost always rookies are quickly offered and sign near the maximum like Steven Adams did last week reaching a deal with the Thunder that will pay him $2.09 million next season nearly $400000 more than the suggested...
Andre Roberson received just 80 percent of his rookie scale contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to a report.
Rookies typically receive 120 percent of the deal.
The Thunder are trying to manage their salary cap situation while avoiding the luxury tax.
The Thunder refused to give Roberson more than 80 percent.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have signed first-round picks center Steven Adams and guard-forward Andre Roberson.
General Manager Sam Presti announced the deals Friday. Terms were not disclosed.
Oklahoma City took Adams with the 12th overall selection in last month's draft.
Adams, the first player from New Zealand to be taken in the first round, averaged 7.2 points, 6.3 rebounds...
OKLAHOMA CITY Maybe Kevin Durant is right.
He probably is. KD doesn't miss on much.
After all, the Thunder is, by all accounts, still considered a young team, so when he said earlier this week to The Oklahoman, "It's not like any rookie is going to come in and have an immediate impact, especially on our team," he's got a pretty decent point.