The Thunder have reassigned Perry Jones, DeAndre Liggins and Daniel Orton to the Tulsa 66ers, the Thunder's NBA Development League affiliate.
via Inside Hoops:
The Oklahoma City Thunder has recalled forward Perry Jones and center Daniel Orton from the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Development League, it was announced today by Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti.
Including his 13 point and 18 rebound effort this past Friday against the Santa Cruz Warriors, Jones has appeared in 11 games (all starts) with...
Center Daniel Orton has rejoined the Oklahoma City Thunder, four days after being cut by the team following training camp.
General manager Sam Presti announced Wednesday that Orton signed with the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA development league and was subsequently called up by the Thunder. Oklahoma City was in need of a third center after trading away Cole Aldrich as part of the deal...
Via AP on Fox
October 31, 2012
Daniel Orton has returned to the roster of the Thunder.
They say everyone has a twin somewhere. Thunder forward Serge Ibaka believes he’s discovered teammate Russell Westbrook’s right in the Thunder’s own locker room. Check out this photo he posted of Russ and their new teammate, Daniel Orton. What do you think? Separated at birth? Second cousins perhaps? Orton is a camp invite and [...]
The Oklahoma City Thunder signed Daniel Orton to a non-guaranteed deal the team announced on Saturday. This is a follow-up to a recent post from the beginning of this offseason’s free agent frenzy. Before Oklahoma City’s roster had reached the 15-man limit, general manager was considering Orton along with Devin Ebanks and Roger Mason.
With the roster already at full capacity...
Daniel Orton was eligible to earn $1,182,600 if the Magic had exercised their option for 12-13.
MIAMI — The Orlando Magic face a critical deadline regarding their 2010 first-round draft pick, center Daniel Orton.
It looks like it could be another long year for former Kentucky Wildcat Daniel Orton. It seems as if Orton has recovered from the knee injury that caused him to miss last season with the Orlando Magic, but Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy seems to think Orton could be headed for another “redshirt” season:
Van Gundy said after practice that Orton looks trim and mobile, but...
Daniel Orton is in prime position to see significant playing time for the Orlando Magic as their roster stands currently with he and Dwight Howard as the teams’ only two centers, and Howard the center of much trade speculation. After being drafted late in the 1st round last year, he didn’t play in any games because he was recovering from knee surgery for most of the season....