Josh Hall Signs Two-Way Deal With Thunder

The Thunder have re-signed small forward Josh Hall to a two-way contract, according to NBA.com’s transactions log.

Hall likely signed the qualifying offer he received from Oklahoma City at the start of August. It carries a $50K guarantee and essentially serves as a two-way contract for the upcoming season.

However, it doesn’t necessarily mean he’s a lock to fill one of the Thunder’s two-way slots when the season begins. Because of the minimal financial commitment, teams are willing to move on from two-way players, as we saw earlier today with the Sixers and Rayjon Tucker.

Hall, 20, earned the two-way deal after coming to camp last year on an Exhibit 10 contract. He got into 21 games, averaging 4.1 points and 2.8 rebounds in 16 minutes per night. He also played one game for OKC’s affiliate in the G League.