The Oklahoma City Thunder added Sebastian Telfair to their roster. Telfair signs a one year non guaranteed contract with the Thunder. Telfair spent last season playing in China where he averaged 26 points per game. In his ten year NBA career he's played for eight different teams and averaged 7 points per game.
Telfair gives the Thunder a third point guard to replace Derek Fisher, who retired to take the head coaching job of the New York Knicks. Telfair has some experience playing in Oklahoma City. He played in the McDonald's All American game in Oklahoma City back in 2003 before becoming the first point guard to go directly from high school to the NBA.