OKC Thunder introduces their newest guard: Terrance Ferguson

The newest member of the Thunder basketball team, Terrance Ferguson, holds the #23 jersey he will wear. Thunder General Manger Sam Presti is on the left with Head Coach Billy Donovan on the right. (KOKH)

Terrance Ferguson the newest member of the Oklahoma City Thunder was introduced to Oklahoma City on Saturday by Sam Presti and Billy Donovan.

Ferguson, 19, was the 21st pick overall in the recent NBA Draft. For the 2016-2017 season Ferguson played professionally for the Adelaide 36ers in Australia where he averaged 4.6 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game. Ferguson is 6' 7'' tall and plays guard.

When asked by Fox 25's Myron Patton how playing in Australia would help him in his first year in the NBA, Ferguson said, "Australia was a great experience for me, but I move forward from now, I've matured a lot, I've learned a lot as a player and a person. Now I'm just excited to be part of the Thunder family."

Thunder General Manger Sam Presti said they are looking for players who are "good fits for us, for Oklahoma City, for the organization, that we feel like can thrive in the environment we have...and ultimaley add to that...Terrance represents a lot of those things."

Head Coach Billy Donovan said he has watched Ferguson for a period of time and has enjoyed watching him grow and is excited to have him as a part of the Thunder.

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