OKLAHOMA CITY —
The Oklahoma City Thunder have signed undrafted free agent Hollis Thompson to a contract.
The Thunder announced Wednesday that they had agreed to the deal with Thompson, who left Georgetown after his junior season to enter the NBA draft early, but did not get taken. The 6-foot-8 forward set a Hoyas record by making 44 percent of his 3-point attempts during three seasons at Georgetown.
Thompson ranked second on the team with 12.8 points and also averaged 5.5 rebounds last season.
General manager Sam Presti says Thompson will be sidelined for three to four weeks after having minor surgery on his left groin this week. That will keep him from participating in summer league games
The Oklahoma City Thunder has also signed center Hasheem Thabeet to a contract.
Terms of the deal announced Wednesday weren't disclosed.
Thabeet's agent, Bill Duffy, said last week that the 7-foot-3 center agreed to a two-year guaranteed contract with the Thunder, but teams weren't allowed to announce new signings until Wednesday.
Thabeet was the No. 2 pick in the 2009 draft by Memphis but has averaged only 2.2 points and 2.7 rebounds in limited playing time over the last three seasons with the Grizzlies, Houston and Portland.
Duffy said last week he believed the Thunder could provide a better fit for Thabeet.
In three seasons at Connecticut, Thabeet averaged 10.3 points on .611 shooting from the floor, 8.5 rebounds and 4.2 blocks in 100 games.