Per Sam Amick of USA Today, the Thunder are doing some research on D-Leaguer Manny Harris.
Harris, 24, played at Michigan and was undrafted in 2010. He played with the Cavaliers a little in 2010-11, then again in 2012 before going overseas to Ukraine and then returning to play in the D-League for the L.A. D-Fenders.
Harris has appeared in 80 NBA games, with 20 starts, averaging 6.2 points.
He was named D-League player of the week last week, averaging 29.3 points a game.
The Thunder have 14 players under contract on their roster and still a little more than a million dollars under the tax threshold, so there’s certainly room to fit Harris in. He’s a bit of a combo guard with a quality perimeter shooting stroke. With Russell Westbrook out, the Thunder are a bit thin in the backcourt and could use a little more insurance, so Harris could be a decent fit. Something to watch.