|5th June, 2011||Spain||Signed a five year contract with Unicaja Malaga.|
|17th July, 2012||Spain||Traded by Unicaja Malaga to Barcelona in exchange for Fran Vazquez.|
|2013 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 32nd overall by Oklahoma City.|
|19th May, 2015||Spain||Signed a three year extension with Barcelona. Included NBA early termination option after each season.|
|19th July, 2016||Spain||Exercised early termination option.|
|23rd July, 2016||NBA||Signed a three year, $17,202,000 contract with Oklahoma City.|
|2009 - July 2012||Unicaja Malaga (Spain)|
|July 2012 - July 2016||Barcelona (Spain)|
|July 2016 - present||Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)|
June 29, 2017
SG, 6’6, 190lbs, 23 years old, 1 year of experience
Possibly the best shooter on the team, Abrines got a good amount of minutes on that basis alone, despite the limitations of his game elsewhere. A non-factor on the glass, a non-factor inside the arc (apart from the occasional dart down a wide open lane), a non-handler of the ball and with a lot of work to do defensively, Abrines was all about the quick outside catch-and-shoot. It helps a lot, then, that he was good at it. Needs to get stronger and improve his ability to stay in front on defence of players like himself.
Player Plan: Two years and a smidge over $11.2 million remaining. Year one wasn’t quite up to par, but that was the initial adjustment year. Should be worth it going forward.