Thunder Break Bank To Re-Sign Raymond Felton

Paul George

Thunder Break Bank To Re-Sign Raymond Felton

Oklahoma City is responsible to pay $150 million in luxury tax penalties if their roster remains unchanged.

Free agent point guard Raymond Felton will return to the Oklahoma City Thunder as a reserve guard for the 2018-19.

George averaged 21.9 points and 5.7 rebounds in 2017-18, his first season with the Thunder.

However, it was also reported that the 28-year-old was strongly considering a stay in Oklahoma with a potential one-plus-one deal as a three-part mini-series documenting his offseason and free agency started airing last week in anticipation of his final decision.

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Felton is a 13-year veteran, having played for the Charlotte Hornets, Denver Nuggets, New York Knicks, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Clippers and the Thunder. According to Wojnarowski, Felton is a "popular teammate and is considered a strong part of the team's good chemistry". When you add this number to their payroll, you get a total of over $300 million. For a group that just bowed out of the playoffs in the first round, that's pretty embarrassing. Well, it could mean he's not going to be part of the Thunder's 2018-19 team.

All told, OKC finished last season ranked 29th in bench scoring and 15th in three-point percentage. He's a career 41 percent shooter, including 33 percent from three-point range, as well as almost 79 percent from the free throw line. "In Oklahoma, I think there is something I can create there".

"They welcomed me with open arms and I want them to feel that hype that I have toward what I think we can accomplish there". It's clear that the Thunder appreciate him, and they have shown that by bringing him back for another year.

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