2015/16 Roster Counts: Oklahoma City Thunder

During the offseason it’s OK for teams to carry as many as 20 players, but clubs must trim their rosters down to a maximum of 15 by opening night. In the meantime, some teams will hang around that 15-man line, while others will max out their roster counts. Some clubs may actually have more than 15 contracts that are at least partially guaranteed on the books. That means they’ll end up paying players who won’t be on the regular season roster, unless they can find trade partners.

With plenty more movement still to come, here’s the latest look at the Thunder’s roster size, the contract guarantee status of each player, and how each player came to be on Oklahoma City’s roster.

(Last Updated 2-18-16, 6:00pm)

Fully Guaranteed (14)

  • Steven Adams (C) — 7’0″/21 years old. Drafted with No. 12 overall pick in 2013.
  • Nick Collison (F/C) — 6’10″/34 years old. Drafted with No. 12 overall pick in 2003.
  • Kevin Durant (F) — 6’9″/26 years old. Drafted with No. 2 overall pick in 2007.
  • Randy Foye (G) — 6’4″/31 years old. Acquired via sign-and-trade with Nuggets.
  • Josh Huestis (F) — 6’7″/23 years old. Drafted with the No. 29 overall pick in 2014.
  • Serge Ibaka (F) — 6’10″/25 years old. Drafted with No. 24 overall pick in 2008.
  • Enes Kanter (F) — 6’11″/23 years old. Acquired via trade from Jazz.
  • Mitch McGary (F/C) — 6’10″/23 years old. Drafted with No. 21 overall pick in 2014.
  • Anthony Morrow (G) — 6’5″/29 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Cameron Payne (G) — 6’3″/20 years old. Drafted with the No. 14 overall pick in 2015.
  • Andre Roberson (G/F) — 6’7″/23 years old. Draft rights acquired via Warriors.
  • Kyle Singler (F) — 6’8″/27 years old. Acquired via trade from Pistons.
  • Dion Waiters (G) — 6’4″/23 years old. Acquired via trade from Cavaliers.
  • Russell Westbrook (G) — 6’3″/26 years old. Drafted with No. 4 overall pick in 2008.

10-Day Contracts (0)

  • None

TOTAL ROSTER COUNT (14)

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2 thoughts on “2015/16 Roster Counts: Oklahoma City Thunder

  1. Chuck Myron

    This might be the best post-Harden Thunder team, assuming they bring Enes Kanter back, but they still might not be one of the top two teams in their own conference. The Spurs and Warriors will make it tough on them.

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  2. poison66

    With Kanter signed the sky is the limit for this team! !!

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