The Oklahoma City Thunder have seemingly already handled most of the team's business at the end of the 2010-11 season by trading for and extending Kendrick Perkins and extending the contracts of Nick Collison and Nazr Mohammed. Will the team add one more veteran to the perimeter?
Here's a look at the Thunder's salary cap levels over the past six seasons.
Heading into free agency, the Thunder have a cap figure of $54 million with the leaguewide team salary cap set at $58 million and the luxury tax line at $70 million.
The Thunder's sole free agent is Daequan Cook, who is restricted. The safe bet would be waiting to see if Cook draws any interest and judging accordingly. A cheap shooter is always good to have around, but Oklahoma City isn't likely to use him much anyway.
Unless some strange Russell Westbrook-Chris Paul voodoo kicks up, the only potential addition worth nothing for the Thunder would be a veteran wing defender. Shane Battier was a popular name among fans and Thunder players themselves -- Battier made his presence felt defending Durant during the teams' seven-game showstopper playoff series last season -- but there haven't been credible reports that a signing is likely.
All in all, it should be a boring offseason for OKC.
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