Thunder waives former second-round pick Devon Hall, signs Kevin Hervey
The Thunder has waived guard Devon Hall and signed Kevin Hervey to a two-way contact, the team announced Thursday.
Hervey is averaging 19.7 points, 11.7 rebounds, 2.33 blocks and 2.33 steals this season with the Thunder's G League affiliate, the OKC Blue. The Thunder selected Hervey No. 57 overall in the 2018 NBA Draft, and he has played with the Blue for the past two seasons.
Each team is allowed two two-way contract players on its roster, who are limited to 45 days of NBA service and spend the rest of the season with a G League affiliate. The Thunder made room for Hervey by waiving Hall. Luguentz Dort, who made his NBA debut last Friday and has played significant rotation minutes in three games since, is the Thunder's other two-way player.
Hall, 24, averaged 3.9 minutes in five games with the Thunder. Through three games with the Blue, Hall averaged 8.3 points, five rebounds and 3.3 assists.
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His standout game came in the NBA preseason, when he scored 19 points on 6-of-9 shooting against Memphis on Oct. 16.
The Thunder selected the former Virginia Cavalier No. 53 overall in the 2018 NBA draft. Hall then spent 2018-19 season split between playing in Australia’s National Basketball League and with the Blue.