Former Purdue guard Chris Kramer had his second workout with an NBA team Thursday.
Kramer, who had his first workout with the Pacers last week, arrived in Oklahoma City Wednesday night and spent Thursday working out with the Thunder.
Kramer reported on his Twitter page that "workout coulda went better but just chillin til heading to the airport."
Kramer, a Huntington North graduate, still has workouts scheduled with Atlanta, Chicago and Portland before the NBA Draft.
Even Kramer has admitted it is unlikely he will get drafted, but his agent Buddy Baker said that the more workouts Kramer gets, the more he will "intrigue people because of his skill sets that they didn't see at Purdue."
If Kramer doesn't get drafted, he'll have some options.
Kramer could sign a contract just to play in one of the NBA's summer leagues or he could be invited to play without a contract.
If he doesn't land with an NBA team, Kramer would have to weigh his options between playing overseas and signing a D-League contract.
At Purdue's banquet after the season, Kramer didn't seem very interested in either playing overseas or trying to prove himself in the D-League, which has a team in Fort Wayne. Those contracts have three tiers with salaries ranging from $13,000 to $25,000 for one season.