Last season, the Oklahoma City Thunder signed free agent point guard Norris Cole on March 1, 2017. Cole was brought in hopes of being a more reliable option at backup point guard than rookie Semaj Christon, but that was not the case.
Cole, who wore jersey number thirty, saw limited action as he appeared in just 13 games during the regular season, where he averaged 3.3 points, 1.1 assists, and 0.8 rebounds per game. He appeared in four playoff games, but he played just over 6 minutes, so his did not make much of an impact.
While Norris Cole did not really work out as a backup point guard for the Thunder, his time here was appreciated. As of now, he is not expected to re-sign with Oklahoma City, but we wish him luck wherever he plays basketball next.
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