It sounds like former Oregon Duck and Seattle SuperSonics basketball player Luke Ridnour has had quite an eventful 24-hours.
Both Bleacher Report and Yahoo's Ball Don't Lie blog brought up this amusing little nugget regarding the 12-year NBA pro who spent the 2014-15 season with the Orlando Magic: he's been on four teams in a period of a day.
The first trade occurred on Wednesday, when he was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Memphis Grizzlies for the rights to JannisTimma, a Latvian small forward.
The second trade occurred on Thursday morning. Ridnour was traded from Memphis to the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for small forward Matt Barnes.
Before Ridnour could get reacquainted with the Charlotte area (he played for the former Bobcats in 2014), he was traded a third time--this time, to Oklahoma City, with a 2016 second round draft pick in exchange for shooting guard Jeremy Lamb. However, don't expect him to suit up in a Thunder uniform; according to the Ball Don't Lie story, Ridnour might not even be in OKC very long as the Thunder are reportedly "assured of cutting Ridnour before July 10," where his $2.75 option for 2015-16 is guaranteed.