Despite conflicting reports that Scott Brooks and the Oklahoma City Thunder have agreed to a contract agreement, there is no actual contract agreement. Many reports saying that the two sides have agreed upon a 4-year contract worth northern of 4 million dollars.
Earlier today at the introduction of new rookie, Perry Jones III, general manager, Sam Presti, said that Brooks and him have been in “continous” talks. Both sides have made it very apparent they want to come to an agreement.
As of 5pm CST today, there was a report that Oklahoma City and Brooks had come to an agreement, and were just working on the smaller details.
Then minutes later. Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated said, there was no deal, but lots of progress.
Later on in the evening, there was a report by David Aldridge of NBA.com, saying there was an agreement, but then…
about 10:50 CST, The Daily Oklahoman’s John Rohde, reported that Brooks texted saying “Things are looking good.”
There was an ESPN report about 10:44 that there was a report of a contract agreement, but the Daily Oklahoman report nulifies that.
So, that’s where we are now. Don’t assume just because he’s not the coach now, he won’t be tomorrow. We could all wake up and there be an agreement. So, calm your nerves and have faith that Presti the Great will get it done again.