Raymond Felton News & Bio

Name:Raymond Felton
Hometown:Latta, SC
High School:Latta
Born:June 26, 1984 (34)
Height/Weight:6-1, 198
Position:Point Guard
Pro Team:Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2002 McDonald's All-American
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Chris Paul in a Tar Heels uniform? How Wake Forest got the guard from West Forsyth
Chris Paul wearing UNC colors isn’t something Wake Forest fans want to think about. But Paul, a former Wake Forest star, could have ended up...

Sturdy, Reliable, Fiery Felton Provides Quality Depth For OKC
It didn’t feel like it at the time, but one of the worst moments of Raymond Felton’s career turned out to be a precursor to...

Audio: Raymond Felton on The Doug Gottlieb Show
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Raymond Felton joins The Doug Gottlieb Show to discuss some hoops. Felton and Gottlieb discuss player mobility, professional behavior and...

Keeping Raymond Felton good move for the Thunder
Raymond Felton has agreed to re-sign with the Thunder, and that’s no small matter. Felton was a godsend for the Thunder last season, as Russell...

How Raymond Felton will fit into the OKC Thunder’s backup point guard role
On Tuesday, Raymond Felton agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal to help solidify the Oklahoma City Thunder's backup point guard position. Felton has been...

Raymond Felton Re-Signs With Oklahoma City Thunder
Free-agent guard Raymond Felton has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal to return to the Oklahoma City Thunder, league sources told ESPN. Felton was...

Raymond Felton's a steadying presence the Thunder needs to keep
Whether or not the Thunder brings back Raymond Felton, who played for the veteran's minimum this past season ($2.3 million), players of his ilk are...

Raymond Felton Q&A: 'All the little things' mean a lot at playoff time
It's familiar territory for Raymond Felton. The Thunder's loss to the Jazz on Wednesday was Felton's 38th career playoff game, and Oklahoma City is the...

Charlotte Hornets continue to tap into UNC for talent
The Charlotte Hornets have developed a reputation for, uh, having an affinity for fomer North Carolina Tar Heels. Ever since they were reincarnated as the...

Examining Joel Berry’s place among Roy Williams’ Point Guards
Roy Williams has taken the success and dependence on point guard play to a borderline absurd level since he returned to UNC. In his never-ending...

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