The Oklahoma City Thunder’s training camp roster has been shaved.
As reported Wednesday morning, the Toronto Raptors have signed forward Gabe Brown to an Exhibit-10 contract. The deal moves the Raptors to 20 filled roster spots, the league maximum for training camps.
Brown, age 22, signed an Exhibit-10 deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder immediately following this year's draft. As a member of the Thunder’s Summer League, he averaged 8.8 points and 3.0 rebounds across five games, highlighted by a 23-point effort.
Under the forward’s initial contract, the Oklahoma City Blue acquired his G League rights, handing the Ypsilanti-native a $50,000 bonus if he were to stay with the Blue for a minimum of 60 days.
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Following the Raptors’ signing of Brown, their G League Affiliate, the Raptors 905, now carry his G League rights as part of the Exhibit-10 deal.
For Brown, his signing with the Raptors gives him a better shot at making a training camp roster compared to the Thunder’s 23-man roster at the time of his transaction.
The Thunder’s training camp roster now floats at 22, with Jaden Shackelford and Sacha Killeya-Jones signed under Exhibit-10 contracts.