Thursday, December 7 2023

The Oklahoma City Thunder continues to add talent to their roster in undrafted free agency. The latest addition is LSU forward KJ Williams, who signed an Exhibit-10 deal, per his Instagram.

The 23-year-old played in five college seasons from 2018 to 2023, where he spent the first four seasons at Murray State. Williams transferred to LSU to play his final season there.

In 33 games last season, Williams averaged 17.7 points on 49% shooting, 7.7 rebounds and 1.2 steals. He also shot 41.1% from 3 on 4.3 attempts.

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Williams joins Justice Sueing, Tanner GrovesCaleb McConnellAdam Flagler and Hunter Maldonado as undrafted free-agent signings by the Thunder. All are expected to play in summer league as they attempt to defy the odds of making OKC’s roster by the start of the season.

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