Hasheem Thabeet could sign and play Wednesday
Thunder's new 7-foot-3 center cannot sign a contract until Wednesday. If he does sign, he could play in the final three games at the Orlando Pro Summer League.
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If Thabeet does play Wednesday, he could potentially go head-to-head with Andre Drummond, the former UConn center who was selected ninth overall this year by Detroit. Drummond has enough size and even better athleticism to give Thabeet a good test to set the bar for the rest of his summer. Then, on Friday morning, the Thunder is scheduled to play Utah. In Enes Kanter, last year's No. 3 overall pick, the Jazz also have a big man who can challenge Thabeet and provide both the player as well as all interested parties an adequate summary of where Thabeet stands.
First, that contract has got to get signed.
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