The Oklahoma City Thunder are looking at their options this offseason to see where they want to go and how they can get over the championship hump that has stumped them for the last few years. They either can’t win in the postseason to get to the NBA Finals or they can’t win in the NBA Finals.
One thing that the Thunder need is shooting and that’s why they went out and padded their rotation by signing Sebastian Telfair on Thursday morning. While this is a signing that makes a lot of sense for the Thunder depth, it seems to eliminate Jimmer Fredette as a possibility for the Thunder.
The Thunder, I'm told, has not expressed interest in Jimmer Fredette. The Telfair agreement also likely eliminates Jimmer as a possibility.
— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) July 3, 2014
Jimmer has had a rough go of things in the NBA so far as he didn’t catch on with the Sacramento Kings and failed to do much of anything with the Chicago Bulls. He’s likely to go over and play in Greece this upcoming season which may end up being the best option for him.
Thanks to the Telfair signing, he can cross a third team off his list when it comes to possible NBA homes and that’s not counting the teams he doesn’t know aren’t interested in him at all.