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The Oklahoma City Thunder have signed swingman K.J. McDaniels, center Richard Solomon and guards Bryce Alford and Abdul Gaddy to their training camp roster, the team announced in a news release.
McDaniels is 6-foot-6 and the most experienced of the group as a four-year veteran. He has spent time with the Brooklyn Nets, Houston Rockets and Philadelphia 76ers, compiling career averages of 5.3 points and 2.2 rebounds.
He also appeared in 31 games with the Grand Rapids Drive of the G-League last season, scoring 16.2 points and grabbing 7.0 rebounds.
Solomon is 6-11 and played in Turkey last season. He has also played in France, Japan and the G-League.
Alford is 6-3 and is coming off a full season with the G-League’s Oklahoma City Blue. where he connected on 186 3-pointers — the second-most in one season in G-League history. In 50 games with the Blue, he averaged 15.5 points. He is the son of former NBA guard and current UCLA coach Steve Alford.
Gaddy is 6-3 and has played in Germany and the G-League.
The Thunder host media day Monday at 1:30 p.m. EST. Training camp tips off Tuesday.