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Report: Thunder to sign Real Madrid’s Gabriel Deck

Report: Thunder to sign Real Madrid’s Gabriel Deck

Real Madrid forward Gabriel Deck is reportedly headed to Oklahoma City to sign a deal with the Thunder, according to reporter Chema De Lucas.

The details of Deck’s deal have yet to be confirmed, although Sportando’s Emiliano Carchia reported that it is expected to be a three-year deal.

The EuroLeague regular season ended today.

The 26-year-old from Argentina has made stops in the EuroLeague and Liga ACB, and has participated in the Olympics and the FIBA World Cup for Argentina.

A lengthy 6-foot-8 prospect, the forward has averaged 7.3 points per game in various leagues throughout his career. In his latest season, he averaged 8.5 points per game for Real Madrid of the EuroLeague. He’s making 3-pointers at a 41-percent clip.

 

For the complete story, please visit https://www.si.com/nba/thunder/news/report-thunder-to-sign-real-madrids-gabriel-deck.

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Ryan Chapman covers Oklahoma Athletics and the Oklahoma City Thunder for 107.7 The Franchise since 2019. In December of 2020, Chapman was named the Deputy Editor of Sports Illustrated Sooners, and he also is a contributor for Sports Illustrated Thunder. Chapman has previously worked for OCCC's Student Newspaper, The Pioneer, where Chapman covered the Oklahoma City Energy, the Oklahoma City Dodgers, Oklahoma Athletics and the Oklahoma City Thunder. During his time with The Pioneer, Chapman served as the Sports Editor as well as the Editor-in-Chief.

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