The Thunder have decided against re-signing Reggie Williams for the season after his second 10-day contract with the team expired last night, reports Shams Charania of RealGM. Williams’ pair of deals with Oklahoma City were sandwiched around Mustafa Shakur‘s 10-day contract with the team, but it’s unclear whether the Thunder are considering a reunion with Shakur.
The 27-year-old Williams only made it into three games for a total of 17 minutes in his time with the Thunder, scoring 11 points on 5 for 9 shooting. He’s otherwise spent the season outside the NBA after the Rockets waived him at the end of the preseason, in spite of his partially guaranteed contract. The swingman had been with Oklahoma City’s D-League affiliate at the time of his first 10-day signing, and he returned there before signing his second 10-day deal. That won’t happen this time around, since the season is over for the Tulsa 66ers, who didn’t make the D-League playoffs.
The Bulls and Grizzlies had interest in the Interperformances client earlier this season, so perhaps he’ll wind up with another NBA club before the season is through. The roster is full in Memphis, but Chicago, which brought him in for a workout in November, still has two open roster spots after signing Ronnie Brewer today.