When Scottie Wilbekin was paired with Billy Donovan at Florida, the two formed one of the winningest pairings in all of basketball.
Now, the two are getting back together in the NBA.
According to Fred Katz of the Norman Transcript, the pair will be reunited for the Oklahoma City Thunder’s summer league team.
Former Florida/Billy Donovan player Scottie Wilbekin will play for the Thunder’s summer league squad.
— Fred Katz (@FredKatz) July 1, 2016
Wilbekin was named the 2013-14 SEC Player of the Year, as he and Donovan helped Florida earn a No. 1 overall seed in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Gators advanced to the Final Four that year before falling to Connecticut.
Wilbekin has spent the past two seasons overseas, playing in Australia, Greece and Turkey. Last summer he signed a four-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, but was waived after just five games with the team.
Donavon spent one more season at Florida before jumping to the NBA last season to be the head coach for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Donovan went 55-27 in his first year with the Thunder as they made it to the Western Conference Finals before losing to the Golden State Warriors in seven games.