The Thunder won’t be signing Reggie Williams to a second 10-day contract when his initial 10-day ends tonight, reports Shams Charania of RealGM.com (Twitter link). Williams was assigned to Tulsa in the NBA D-League earlier today, the club announced on Twitter, and he is expected to continue to play for the 66ers, according to Charania. This will leave the Thunder with 14 players on their roster.
Williams had spent the past four seasons in the NBA with the Warriors and Bobcats. He signed for a partially guaranteed minimum-salary deal this past summer with the Rockets, who cut him prior to opening night.
Williams only appeared in one game for the Thunder and scored five points in five minutes of action. The 27 year-old averaged 20.6 PPG over 20 appearances in the D-League prior to joining the Thunder.