OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -Forward Donyell Marshall won't be making the move to Oklahoma City with the Seattle SuperSonics.
The 14-year NBA veteran was waived Wednesday by the Oklahoma City franchise, which still hasn't been renamed after its relocation last month.
Marshall was acquired by the franchise from Cleveland in a three-team trade in February that sent Wally Szczerbiak and Ben Wallace to the Cavaliers.
He averaged 3.8 points off the bench in 15 games with Seattle and was sidelined by a sore right knee late last season.
Adrian Griffin, who was the other player sent to Seattle in that trade, was shipped to Milwaukee last week as part of a deal that brought forwards Desmond Mason and Joe Smith to Oklahoma City.

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