According to a report from Brett Dawson of the Oklahoman, second-year Thunder power forward Josh Huestis has been re-assigned to the Blue of the NBA Development League.
Huestis, 24, has yet to appear with the Thunder in a 2016-17’ regular-season contest. On Nov. 5 the former Stanford Cardinal was originally designated for assignment with the Blue prior to being recalled following a one-game Development League stint.
In his cameo with the Blue, Huestis contributed eight points, ten rebounds, and four assists, while logging thirty minutes of playing time.
Overall, the Thunder’s first-round (29) selection from 2014 has played in 70 Development League contests. Huestis holds NBA Development League averages of 11.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg, one assist, and one rebound in just under 33 mpg.
Thunder assigns Josh Huestis to the Blue again. He’ll be in uniform for the Blue’s home game tonight against the Salt Lake City Stars.— Brett Dawson (@BDawsonWrites) November 15, 2016
The 6’7 230 lb. second-year man is a veteran of five NBA contests with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Huestis was a four-year member of the Stanford University Cardinal where he twice earned Pac-12 All-Defensive team honors.