Ronnie Price has signed a two-year deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to ‘NewsOK’. The details of the deal are undisclosed as of yet.
In light of Cameron Payne’s recent injury, the Thunder have moved quickly to restore the depth behind Russell Westbrook at the point.
The unrestricted free agent averaged 5.3 points, 2.4 assists, and 1.2 steals in 20 minutes per game last season.
He can play at the one or two which will be very useful once Payne is healthy, as he can play back-up to Andre Roberson too. Having played for six NBA teams since entering the league in 2005, Price has become a respectable player, mostly off the bench. He is known as a defensive guard, however has improved his play from beyond the line, shooting 35% in the 2015/16 season.
His notable positive attitude in the dressing room will be welcomed after his efforts in trying to help the mood at the Phoenix Suns last season, despite the mess.