Raymond Felton

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  • Thabo Sefolosha
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Thabo Sefolosha is among the attendees at Rockets minicamp in Las Vegas with a host of other notable free agents this week.

    Sefolosha will be joined by the likes of Nick Young, Luc Mbah a Moute, Raymond Felton, Terrence Jones and Corey Brewer. The odds of someone making the Rockets' roster increased with Iman Shumpert declining an offer sheet from the team.

    Source: Kelly Iko on Twitter

  • 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

  • Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Raymond Felton scored 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting (all threes) with four rebounds and seven assists in 24 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's finale against the Bucks.

    Felton made it on the floor for 33 games and was one of the worst fantasy plays in the league. It's possible he gets another spin next season as teams are always looking for the proverbial veteran 'break glass in case of emergency' guy.

  • Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Raymond Felton put up 13 points on 6-of-9 shooting with one assist and one 3-pointer in 22 minutes off the bench on Saturday against the Spurs.

    Felton got extra burn tonight since Paul George is still sidelined with his shoulder injury. The only way he'll be relevant in fantasy this season is if the Thunder continue to incur injuries to their key players. Other than that, keep him on your waiver wires unless you're part of deep leagues.

  • Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Raymond Felton scored 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting with one rebound, one assist and two steals in 21 minutes off the bench on Monday against the Blazers.

    Felton and Deonte Burton (18 points, three treys, two blocks, 26 minutes) both got extra minutes and touches because Dennis Schroder was out. They need a ton of injury assistance to be relevant in most fantasy leagues.

  • Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Raymond Felton has been suspended one game and will miss Wednesday's contest with the Kings as a result.

    Felton got dinged for leaving the bench during Monday's dustup between the Thunder and Bulls. He hasn't been a rotation mainstay this year but this absence stings since both of OKC's bench point guards are serving suspensions tonight. We might see a huge minute total out of Russell Westbrook if this game stays competitive.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Twitter

  • Russell Westbrook
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Russell Westbrook (ankle) will not play on Saturday against the Mavs.

    This wasn’t unexpected as Russell’s ankle sprain this week was pretty serious looking. For as long as Brodie is out look for Dennis Schroder to get lots of usage while Raymond Felton also gets an uptick in usage off the bench.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    The Thunder and Raymond Felton agreed to a one-year deal on Tuesday according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

    Felton will give his typical backup minutes and have no real fantasy value. His deal pushed the Thunder's payroll cost up to $300 million after tax. Smoke em if you got em.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Raymond Felton
    G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    While Paul George is the Thunder’s priority when July 1st and free agency arrives, Raymond Felton’s return to Oklahoma is up in the air.

    “I don't know what my future may hold,” Felton said. “I guess we'll see what happens on July 1st, but I will say I would love to be back, be a Thunder, that's for sure.” Even if Paul George leaves, the team is likely to be operating above the $101 million salary cap, meaning there are few options to add to the team outside of the minimum contracts allowed when a team has exceeded the cap. Felton appeared in all 82 games last season, averaging 6.9 points and 2.5 assists per game. His shooting numbers weren't good, but steady (40.6 percent from the field) and impactful depending on the situation and shot type. Among qualified bench players, Felton ranked 10th in the NBA in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.59-to-1) and he was the right backup to Westbrook, as someone who provided stability and professionalism.

    Source: The Oklahoman

  • Raymond Felton
    PG/G, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Raymond Felton would "love to be back" in OKC next season but has no idea what his future holds at this point.

    Felton was a solid backup this season for the Thunder but his role will be dependent on what happens in the draft and free agency for the Thunder. It's unlikely that Felton would sign for more than than a portion of the MLE and could likely be a veteran minimum guy.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    SG/SF, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Corey Brewer (sprained knee) missed Friday’s practice and is questionable for Sunday’s game vs. the Jazz.

    Brewer sprained his knee on Wednesday and will have had three whole days to rest up. For what it’s worth, Brewer said he will play on Sunday. If he doesn’t, the Thunder will be shorthanded on the wing since Alex Abrines (concussion) is still in the protocol. In this case, they’ll have to go big with Jerami Grant or small with Raymond Felton.

    Source: Royce Young on Twitter

  • Raymond Felton
    PG, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Raymond Felton played in his 82nd game of the season in Wednesday's finale, hitting three triples for nine points in 12 minutes off the bench.

    Impressive durability from the 33-year-old, who was a consistent safety net for the Thunder all season. RayRay was barely a top-300 player on a per-game basis but plodded his way into the top-215 thanks to all those games. He graded out as a decent handcuff for deep league owners.

  • Paul George
    SF, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Paul George participated in the non-contact portion portion of practice Thursday.

    After leaving and not returning to the game on Tuesday, George said he felt alright but not going through contact is discouraging for Friday’s game. His status is not official for the game tomorrow, but it would not be surprising if he misses time. Corey Brewer, Josh Huestis, Raymond Felton, and Jerami Grant could pick up his minutes as a committee while Russell Westbrook could see a usage rating through the roof.

    Source: Fred Katz on Twitter

  • Alex Abrines (hip) won’t return to game on…

    Alex Abrines left the game on Wednesday with a hip contusion and won't return. If this is a serious injury for Abrines, Jerami Grant or Raymond Felton might be the primary beneficiaries of missing minutes,…