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NBA Teams In The Tax For 2018/19

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on OKC Thunder Hoops Rumors After the NBA salary cap increased by nearly 35% for the 2016/17 league year, it has grown at a far more modest rate in two subsequent seasons, increasing from $94.1MM to $99.1MM to $101.9MM. Still, the cap spike in 2016 […]

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Poll: Which Team Will Win Northwest Division?

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on OKC Thunder Hoops Rumors There may not be an NBA division more top-heavy than the Atlantic, where the Celtics, Raptors, and Sixers are all projected to win more than 50 games in 2018/19. However, the Atlantic also features the Nets and Knicks, who are […]

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Thunder To Sign Tyler Davis To Two-Way Deal

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on OKC Thunder Hoops Rumors The Thunder are poised to fill their second two-way contract slot, according to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, who reports (via Twitter) that former Texas A&M big man Tyler Davis will sign a two-way deal with Oklahoma City. Davis, who […]

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Four 2018 NBA Draftees Remain Unsigned

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on OKC Thunder Hoops Rumors With Thunder second-rounder Devon Hall set to spend the upcoming season playing in Australia, 56 of 60 players selected in the 2018 NBA draft have now made plans – in the NBA or elsewhere – for the 2018/19 campaign. As […]

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NBA Announces Opening Night Schedule

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on OKC Thunder Hoops Rumors While the NBA won’t announce its full schedule for the 2018/19 regular season until this Friday, the league revealed some marquee matchups today, announcing its schedule for opening night, Christmas Day, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, along with some […]

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Thunder Used Part Of MLE To Sign Diallo

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on OKC Thunder Hoops Rumors The Rockets and Thunder dipped into their taxpayer mid-level exceptions for rookie deals for Isaiah Hartenstein and Hamidou Diallo, respectively. Both are three-year, minimum-salary contracts, but Hartenstein only has one guaranteed year (link) while Diallo has two (link). Click here […]

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