Thabo Sefolosha expressed frustration about his limited role in the Oklahoma City Thunder's final four games of the postseason after starting at shooting guard for five-plus seasons.
“It was very frustrating,” Sefolosha said. “It’s never easy. I would say the last month has been a little frustrating. It’s just tough. You’ve got a lot of questions, like, why and what is the thought process necessarily behind it? Things like that. You just stick with the plan, stick with your teammates.”
All signs seem to point to Sefolosha's departure from the Thunder via free agency and the veteran guard admits he is uncertain about whether he will return.
“I have no clue,” Sefolosha said when asked if he expected to be back. “I’m going to have to take some time to think about a lot of things.”
“I like winning. I want to be in a good place with a chance to win something, and that’s definitely something that we have here. So definitely the system is a big part of it. You want to be happy and be able to play to your strengths. But at the same time, it’s going to be a lot of questions going on in the summer and (we’ll) see where it takes me.”