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Terrance Ferguson and Thunder Agree To Deal

Terrance Ferguson and Thunder Agree To Deal

The Oklahoma City Thunder have checked off one more item from their off season to do list. Terrance Ferguson is now offically a member of the Thunder roster. Ferguson has agreed to his four year rookie scale contract, per Shams Charania.

Ferguson, who is from Tulsa, played professional basketball in Australia for the Adelaide 36ers last year. There were issues regarding his FIBA approved clearance up until July 14th. International players must receive approval from The International Basketball Federation(FIBA) to sign with an NBA team. All talks regarding clearance are between FIBA and the incumbent team.

Terrance Ferguson was drafted 21st overall in the 2017 NBA Draft and was the only selection by OKC.

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