Corey Brewer to join Thunder, status uncertain for Saturday
Oklahoma City Thunder guard/forward Corey Brewer has joined the team in Portland, but his status for Saturday's game is uncertain at this time.
According to The Oklahoman's Erik Horne, the Thunder will not hold a shootaround, so Brewer's likely to come down to a game-time decision. After being bought out by the Lakers, Brewer officially signed on with Oklahoma City this morning. His presence would likely take some minutes from Josh Huestis and Alex Abrines on the wing.
On the year, Brewer is averaging 8.9 FanDuel points and 12.9 minutes per game.
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