Get to know the OKC Thunder Vegas Summer League squad

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The Summer League will be extremely fun to watch all of the guys listed above. Now, it is time to discuss the other players filling out the roster.

Devin Cannady, G, Princeton:

Devin Cannady at Princeton posted double-digit points all four years, topping out at 18 points in his senior year with an assist and five rebounds per game.

Cannady is a 6’2 guard from Indiana, showing some flashes and moments of potential but given his age, he is just taking up a roster spot because someone has to during the summer. Of anyone on this slide though, he has the best chance at earning a two-way deal, but that is the most he can accomplish and even that is a long shot.

Likelihood to make the roster: 1/10

Khadeen Carrington, G, Seton Hall:

Khadeen Carrington was able to dominate the big east at Seton Hall University, where he averaged 17 points per game during his Junior year, before slipping down to 15 points per game in his senior season.

As a four year playing who wrapped up his college career in 2017-18, Carrington presents little to no upside, thus making it hard for him to gain any headway with this Summer League appearance.

Likelihood to make the roster: 0/10

Keith Carter, G, Valparaiso: 

Keith Carter is the great unknown, in fact, in the internet highlight era, there is hardly a trace of him on the internet. Carter played his ball at Valparaiso and is honestly just hoping to catch on with the Blue, as the OKC Thunder roster is out of the question for him.

Likelihood to make the roster: 0/10

Yannis Morin, C, France: 

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Yannis Morin is a big man from France who performed well with the OKC Blue and will have a shot at the NBA Summer League to just simply play more basketball. I do not think the Thunder or any other franchise is taking a serious look at him to compete for a varsity spot.

Likelihood to make the roster: 0/10

Emanuel Terry, F, Lincoln Memorial: 

Emanuel Terry dominated the OKC Blue last year in a random G-League game, but he provides little more than that, a solid G-League player. Albeit, that feat is nothing to scoff at, but he also will not be making a huge impact on the Thunder organization and is just filling a void this Summer in Vegas.

I would be shocked if Terry lands a two-way deal with any NBA franchise. His best bet will be returning to the G-League, maybe even for the OKC Blue, or going overseas.

Likelihood to make the roster: 0/10

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The OKC Thunder have a very fun NBA Summer League roster, and given the number of players who will crack the varsity squad in some capacity, they have a shot to take home the Summer League tournament title.