According to reports, Dakari Johnson has signed a two-year, guaranteed deal with the Thunder.
Johnson, 21, was a second-round pick by the Thunder in 2015 and has spent his career so far in the Development League.
Last season, he was named to the NBA D-League All-Star Game. His wingspan and height could mixed with his development over the past two years are something the Thunder like.
This signing does put the team at 16 active players, so there may be another move to take it down to 15 in the coming days.
The story was first reported by Shams of the Vertical.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are signing 2015 second-rounder Dakari Johnson to a guaranteed two-year deal, league sources tell The Vertical.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 21, 2017