According to the Web site InsideHoops.com, the Thunder will sign free agent point guard Mike Wilks.
The site is reporting that Wilks agent, Bill Neff, has confirmed that Oklahoma City will add the 30-year-old Wilks to provide backcourt relief behind starting point guard Russell Westbrook.
Both of the Thunder’s reserve point guards, Kevin Ollie and Shaun Livingston, are out with knee injuries. Reserve guard Kyle Weaver, a natural shooting guard who is capable of running the team from the lead guard spot and was called on for emergency duty at point guard Tuesday at Utah, sustained a shoulder injury during practice Wednesday.
Wilks, who is listed at 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, is a six-year veteran out of Rice. He has career averages of 2.5 points, 1.2 assists and 1.0 rebounds in 229 games. He’s played for Atlanta, Minnesota, Houston, San Antonio, Cleveland, Seattle, Denver and Washington. Wilks spent last season in Orlando and Memphis but did not play in a game last year.
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