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The Hawks will acquire Thabo Sefolosha in a sign-and-trade with the Thunder, with OKC receiving a $4 million traded-player exception and the draft rights to Sofoklis Schortsanitis.

Sefolosha's deal is worth a reported $12 million over three years. In addition, the Hawks will get the draft rights to Giorgos Printezis and some cash. Needless to say, neither Printezis nor Schortsanitis need to be on fantasy owners' radars.

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Thabo Sefolosha is happy to have landed in Atlanta, and he "feels great" about his new contract.

Sefolosha also admitted that he could sense his time in Oklahoma City was coming to an end with the way the season ended. "The last month of basketball was a little bit tough and head-scratching for me," said Thabo. "Going from the starting five to not playing at all... I just didn't think that it was the right decision to make as far as the coach's decision of putting me on the bench... I think if I played more minutes maybe we could have beat San Antonio." That's a bold statement from a guy who was contributing goose eggs to the box score, but his seeming inability to contribute didn't deter the Hawks from offering him $12 million over three-years. It's easy to see why Sefolosha is so happy with his new deal.

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The Hawks came to terms with Thabo Sefolosha on a three-year, $12 million deal.

This is a curious deal for the Hawks with their sizable cap space. Sefolosha was a major letdown last season and could barely even stay on the court for the Thunder in the postseason. He won't have much fantasy value and this move hurts the chances of the Hawks making a big signing.

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Free agent Thabo Sefolosha met with the Wizards on Wednesday.

No word of how the meeting went, but it doesn't sound like an offer has been made as of yet. The Wizards broke the bank to re-sign C Marcin Gortat, but might be able to scrape together enough cash to land defensive specialist Sefolosha.

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Unrestricted free agent Thabo Sefolosha has been contacted by the Clippers, Mavericks and Rockets, but there are no meetings scheduled.

Sefolosha has not yet been contacted by the Thunder, which isn't altogether surprising with Jeremy Lamb and Andre Roberson ready to take on bigger roles in 2014-15. No matter where he lands, Thabo is a marginal fantasy option who should go undrafted in typical eight-cat leagues.

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Thabo Sefolosha is "unlikely to return" with the Thunder as a free agent, according to beat writer Darnell Mayberry.

This sounds like an informed guess rather than a report, but it makes sense given Sefolosha's abrupt fall from the rotation in the postseason. The Thunder have Jeremy Lamb and Andre Roberson on the roster and may look to sign a starting-caliber SG in free agency, which is welcome news for fantasy owners -- Sefolosha's occasional steals and 3-pointers last year weren't enough for value in eight-cat leagues, and he missed 21 games due to injury.

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Thabo Sefolosha said on Sunday that he has "no clue" if he'll be back with the Thunder next year.

If the past four games are any indication, he's not going to be back. Sefolosha played just eight minutes combined in the last four games and quickly fell out of favor with coach Scott Brooks. The Thunder don't have any issues on the perimeter, so they'd probably be better suited to sign a big man.

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Thabo Sefolosha did not leave the Thunder bench on Sunday.

Thabo started Games 1 and 2 of the Western Conference finals but he was scoreless on 0-of-9 shooting in those losses. Thunder coach Scott Brooks opted to start Reggie Jackson at SG, with Caron Butler and Jeremy Lamb providing support off the bench, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see Thabo rack up another DNP-CD on Tuesday.

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Thabo Sefolosha's production has taken a nosedive this year, and that has severely hurt OKC's chances of being a true contender.

Once a defensive juggernaut, and a player capable of knocking down open looks, Sefolosha is now a shell of his former self. In this year's playoffs Thabo is shooting just 41 percent from the field and 26 percent from beyond the arc, with a majority of those shots being wide open looks. In two games vs. the Spurs, Thabo has missed all nine of his shots, and has only hit 11 of his 47 three-point attempts since the All-Star break. He's been equally unimpressive on the defensive end, allowing Tony Parker and Danny Green to score at will. With the Thunder down 0-2 in the series, coach Scott Brooks will likely make an adjustment to the starting lineup, but without a healthy Serge Ibaka, upsetting the Spurs will be a tall task.

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Thabo Sefolosha is back in the starting lineup for Game 1 vs. the Clippers.

Caron Butler moved into the starting lineup for the last two games of the Memphis series and even played a whopping 41 minutes in Game 7 on Saturday. The Clippers play a different style on offense, so swapping out Butler's offense for Thabo's defense makes sense. The Clippers attempted 26.4 shots from deep in the first round vs. the Warriors and that will be a big factor in this series.