• Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Speaking at the exit interview, Raymond Felton said he loves everything about being with the Thunder and would welcome a reunion, and that he wants to work with Terrance Ferguson to help him become a more versatile scorer.

    Felton will be 35 in June and doesn't offer much beyond a steady veteran presence these days. With the Thunder's 2019-2020 cap already at a projected NBA high $147 million heading into the offseason, there might not be many better options at filling the roster than resigning Felton. We'll see what magic Sam Presti can create this summer.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter