Thunder Notes: Ferguson, Felton, Abrines

Despite Andre Roberson missing the entire season to this point, the Thunder have continued to thrive as Paul George has developed into a serious MVP candidate and other role players have stepped up in their respective roles. The main example of such improvement is Terrance Ferguson, who has maintained his hold on a starting role past the halfway point of the season.

As Maddie Lee details for The Oklahoman, the Thunder put the ball in Ferguson’s hands more during Summer League, which he believes has translated to his improvement and confidence so far this season.

While his statistics suffered during the Summer League experiment, Ferguson is finding open teammates more often and is playing with a confidence that has unlocked more components of his game.

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5 thoughts on “Thunder Notes: Ferguson, Felton, Abrines

  1. Reflect

    I…. completely forgot that Raymond Felton existed. What a crazy Knicks team that was.

  2. D$!LLKU$H-og

    Felton was a beast on the Knicks averaging like 19 and 8. Then they shipped him to Denver with Gallo, W Chandler, Mozgov(who was pretty good in his early years) and some picks for Melo instead of waiting 2 months for him to sign there as a free agent. Typical Knicks move

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