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It’s almost mid-May and there are only a few teams left with a reason to play for. For the other 25 or so teams, it’s quiet, at least for a few more weeks.

News out of Oklahoma City is that Kyle Singler will not be back next year, whether he is cut or traded is yet to be seen.

Brett Dawson of The Oklahoman and Fred Katz of The Norman Transcript both bring up the possibility that Singler could be waived, if he’s not traded, as a way to deal with the luxury-tax situation. Singler completed the second season of his five-year contract and is guaranteed $9.66 million over the next two years.

Singler averaged 2.8 points and 0.3 assists per game this season.