TUESDAY, 11:31pm: Stockton is also scheduled to work out for the Wizards, reports J. Michael of CSNWashington.com. Michael cites a hamstring injury to third-string point guard Garrett Temple as a development that has opened the door for Stockton. Washington has 14 of the maximum 15 regular season roster spots occupied with players on fully guaranteed salaries, a group that includes Temple.
MONDAY, 10:13am: The Thunder worked out David Stockton last week, and the undrafted rookie guard will try out for the Jazz this week, sources tell Sportando’s Emiliano Carchia. It’ll be the second time the son of Hall-of-Famer John Stockton will work out for Utah, since the Jazz reportedly took a look at him before the draft.
David Stockton was a regular starter this past season for the first time in his four years at Gonzaga, averaging 7.4 points and 4.2 assists in 27.8 minutes per game. He saw sparing action in the summer league with the Suns in July, putting up six points, one assist and three steals in nearly 19 total minutes of action across two games.
It would seemingly be a surprise if Stockton made an opening-night roster, but Oklahoma looks like more fertile territory for him to do so than Utah does, in spite of his connections with the Jazz. The Thunder only have deals with 15 players, though all but Lance Thomas have fully guaranteed salaries. The Jazz have 13 fully guaranteed pacts and four partially guaranteed deals among the 18 they already possess, according to our roster counts.